Stop Hair Pulling
Trichotillomania, a disorder in which people pull out their hair from their scalp, eyebrows or other areas of their body despite trying to stop, has likely existed throughout human history, although only recently has diagnostic criteria been established. For a person with trichotillomania, hair pulling can cause significant distress and interfere with social or work functioning. The person may go to great lengths to disguise the patchy bald spots created by hair pulling. Learn to stop pulling today with the new hair pulling program.
Habit reversal training to stop hair pulling
Hair pulling can be quite distressing for someone with trichotillomania and can make it difficult for them to perform in social or professional situations. The person may go to considerable measures to cover up the bald patches that were caused by excessive hair pulling. Stop hair pulling today with the new BFRB online program.