Psychological treatments for trichotillomania

Date produced 06 December 2018

Register for this webinar and gain an understanding on trichotillomania: a psychological disorder that results in compulsive and uncontrollable hair pulling.

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Learning Outcomes

Through an exploration of trichotillomania the webinar will provide participants with the opportunity to: 

  • Describe the common symptoms and causes of trichotillomania
  • Identify suitable medications and psychological therapies to reduce symptoms of  trichotillomania
  • Identify best practice for referrals and psychological care for people living with trichotillomania

 

 

Panellists

  • The Panel:

    • Dr Imogen Rehm (psychology registrar, Vic)
    • Dr Scott Blair-West (psychiatrist, Vic)
    • Dr Johanna Lynch (GP, Qld)
    • Facilitator: Dr Mary Emeleus (psychiatry registrar, Qld)


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