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Hi April - You could look for educational resources and a local therapist who is familiar with BFRBs on the website of The TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors.
Understanding a patient’s unique biochemistry and neurobiology may be the key.
Two new approaches may improve results in BFRB treatment.
Behavioral interventions and medications may help patients overcome their urges.
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