Missed out on one of the Body Focused Repetitive Behavior (BFRB) webinars that HabitAware has hosted? We've got you covered. Here's FREE and instant access to all of our recordings so you can watch, pause, and digest at your own pace.
We believe education & understanding are the key to shattering mental health stigma, so PLEASE share these within your circle to help raise awareness fo compulsive hair pulling (trichotillomania), skin picking (dermatillomania) and nail biting.
WEBINAR: Coping with COVID & BFRBs with child psychiatrist, Dr. Lea Lis
In this webinar, Ellen Crupi (Director of Awareness at HabitAware) & Aneela Idnani (CoFounder of HabitAware) speak with Dr. Lea Lis (@ShamelessPsychiatrist) about Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs) like trichotillomania, dermatillomania & nail biting, as well as general mental health & coping with COVID quarantine.
For more information about Dr. Lea Lis and her new book, No Shame, visit www.shamelesspsychiatrist.com
WEBINAR: Skin, Hair, & Self Care: Clean Beauty Tips from HabitAware & Follain
In this webinar we talk with Tiffany Bassford of Follain Clean Beauty to learn how to choose clean beauty products that are less irritating for our skin and hair, to reduce urges to skin pick (dermatillomania) and pull hair (trichotillomania)
WEBINAR: Supporting the Supporters: Tips for Parents of Kids with BFRBs
As experts in our field of behavior change, and having coached hundreds of families, we created this webinar to help parents better understand the mental health journey their kids are on & how parents can best help them.
WEBINAR: Coffee & Conversation with Anette Pasternak, the Stop Skin Picking Coach
Despite our skin's power, some of us feel compelled to pick at our skin imperfections and just can’t stop skin picking. It's called Dermatillomania, or compulsive skin picking, and it's a body focused repetitive behavior.
During this one-hour webinar, Ellen Crupi (HabitAware) & Annette Pasternak (Stop Skin Picking Coach) chat on how to change skin picking behavior through awareness, “blocking" techniques, and lifestyle changes.
WEBINAR: Coffee & Conversation with Dermatology expert Dr. Dina Strachan
The Doctor is IN! Join Ellen Crupi (director of Awareness at HabitAware) and Dr. Dina Strachan, board certified Dermatologist for Coffee & Conversation. In this video, we answer your questions that are more than skin deep - How do I treat scarring? Will my hair grow back? What creams or ointments should I use on my skin or scalp.
What makes Dr. Dina so special is that she treats the medical and she gets the mental. Dr. Dina treats the whole person with empathy and science.
WEBINAR: Self Soothing vs Self Care with Dr. Lili Wagner
Dr. Lili Wagner, licensed psychologist, joins HabitAware for an informative chat about the differences between unhealthy & healthy self-soothing behaviors and self-care. Dr Wagner is trained in CBT and EMDR to help her clients move past their past and achieve love, health and joy in their present. You'll walk away understanding how best you can leverage both on your BFRB recovery journey.
Follow Dr. Wagner on Instagram - @love.health.joy to get your mind aligned with your health intentions!
HabitAware is a leading mental health company & community for people with Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs). BFRBs include compulsive hair pulling (trichotillomania), skin picking (dermatillomania) and nail biting. We have helped thousands in more than 50 countries take control of these debilitating conditions by using our smart bracelet, Keen, to create awareness of these trancelike behaviors. Our founder suffered from trichotillomania for 20 years and is a co-inventor of Keen, alongside medical advisors. We are experts in our field, having coached hundreds of families. In this webinar we talk with Tiffany Bassford of Follain Clean Beauty to learn how to choose clean beauty products that are less irritating for our skin and hair, to reduce urges to skin pick (dermatillomania) and pull hair (trichotillomania).
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