The hair-pulling problem : a complete guide to trichotillomania /

Trichotillomania, one of the family of obsessive-compulsive disorders, may afflict as many as six to eight million people in the US alone. This is a guide to the syndrome, filled with reassuring advice for patients and their families. Endorsed by the Trichotillomania Learning Center, the handbook in...

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Main Author: Penzel, Fred.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003.
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505 0 |a Cover -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- List of Tables -- Foreword -- Introduction -- ONE58; What Is Trichotillomania63; -- The Diagnostic Criteria -- TTM and OCD -- The Effects of Hair Pulling -- Patterns and Signs of Pulling -- How People Pull -- Disguises and Camouflage -- Physical Sensations and Pulling -- Trying to Stop -- Testing and Measuring TTM -- Who Pulls63; -- TTM Across the Lifespan -- TTM and Heredity -- What Gets TTM Started63; -- Disorders That Occur Together With TTM -- Problems Mistaken for TTM -- TWO58; 8The Shame of It All8221;8212;What To Do About It -- The Stigma of TTM8212;The Emotional Cost -- Destigmatizing Yourself -- The Self45;Esteem Trap -- Self45;Acceptance8212;The Only Logical Way -- Defining Acceptance -- Acceptance and TTM Treatment Issues -- Mindfulness44; Breathing44; and Meditation -- The Five Acceptances -- Accepting Yourself -- Accepting Others -- Accepting the Illness and the Nature of the Illness -- Accepting the Nature of the Task of Therapy -- Accepting the Nature of the Task of Ongoing Recovery -- THREE58; The Causes of TTM8212;Why Do People Pull63; -- The Psychoanalytic Model -- The Addiction Model -- The Behavioral Model -- The Ethological Model -- The Neurobiological Model -- TTM and the Obsessive45;Compulsive Spectrum -- Similarities and Connections Linking TTM and OCD -- Dissimilarities between TTM and OCS -- Similarities of TTM and Tourette8217;s -- The Comprehensive Model -- The Stimulus Regulation Model8212;An Integrated Approach -- The Yeast Allergy Model -- FOUR58; Some Facts About Hair -- The Functions of Hair -- The Structure and Composition of Hair -- How Hair Grows -- Permanent Hair Loss and TTM -- Other Causes of Hair Loss -- Popular Hair Myths -- Common Hair Frauds and What Really Works -- FIVE58; How TTM Is Treated -- Therapy for TTM -- Treatments That Probably Don8217;t Work -- Traditional Talk Therapy and TTM -- Play Therapy -- Energy Therapy -- Homeopathy -- Special Diets -- Supplements -- Other Miscellaneous Treatments -- Treatments That Might Work -- Hypnosis -- Biofeedback -- Treatments That Work -- Behavioral Therapy -- Cognitive Therapy -- Therapy44; the Therapist44; and My Feelings -- Behavioral Therapy Steps for TTM -- Habit Reversal Training -- Stimulus Control -- Behavioral Therapy8212;A Time Frame -- Knowing When You Need Therapy -- Recovery with Behavioral Therapy Alone -- Only Commitment Brings Success -- Using Medication with Behavioral Therapy -- Behavioral Therapy Can Help Biological Problems -- Getting the Right Treatment -- Where and How to Look -- What to Ask -- What You Should Know -- Choosing a Therapist -- SIX58; Designing a Self45;Help Program -- Is Self45;Help for You63; -- Getting Started -- Assembling the Steps -- Relaxation Script -- Brief Relaxation Exercise -- SEVEN58; Medication and TTM Treatment -- Medication as Part of Treat. 
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