Resources, Experts and On-line Therapists for Trichotillomania

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We are proud to partner with well-renowned experts and therapists for treating trichotillomania. You can do a lot on your own and put in place your own personalized trichotillomania treatment. But sometimes you just need someone to talk to. Feel free to contact these online therapists for trichotillomania directly for an on-line trichotillomania treatment, or get in touch with us and we’ll put you in touch with someone in your area.

online therapist for trichotillomaniaKristin Duncomb is a psychotherapist, psychological counselor and life coach. She attended Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts, and earned her Masters degrees in clinical Social Work and Public Health at Tulane University, in New Orleans, Louisiana. She also trained with Dr. Ellyn Bader and Dr. Peter Pearson of in Menlo Park, California and with the Coaches Training Institute in Geneva, Switzerland. She has twenty years of experience working as a therapist and coach with individuals, couples, and families and provided the counseling services for the American University of Paris from 2008 until 2012. She is available for online counseling.

hypnosis therapist for trichotillomaniaRachael Eccles has spent over 10 years helping people use hypnosis to improve their daily lives. She is a fully qualified Clinical hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner, and has the Senior Qualification in Hypnotherapy Practice from the GHSC (General Hypnotherapy Standards Council). Rachael has been a guest on BBC Radio many times and has been featured in several publications including ‘The Journal’ and ‘Zest Magazine’.

Trichotillomania treatment resources

Being part of a community and learning from others is both effective in treatment and emotionally healthy. Important associations such as Trich.org and TLC are good resources to get in touch with and be a part of.

There is ongoing research about hair and eyelash pulling and keeping abreast of the latest news is important. Also being inspired and gathering information from other sources such as books and websites are important resources for hair and eyelash pullers.