Find out what you need to know to make sure you get appropriate treatment for trichotillomania and other body-focused repetitive behaviors.
Ruth Golomb, LCPC
Clinician, supervisor, and co-director of the doctoral training program at The Behavior Therapy Center of Greater Washington, Silver Spring, Maryland
Scientific Advisory Board and faculty, Trichotillomania Larning Center (TLC)
Ms. Golomb explains trichotillomania and other body-focused repetitive behaviors, their effective treatments, and what parents and patients should know to make sure they’re getting appropriate treatment.
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