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The BFRB Recovery Workbook

Effective Recovery from Hair Pulling, Skin Picking, Nail Biting, and Other Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors
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So, you want to work on recovery from your body-focused repetitive behavior (BFRB)? Chances are, this is not the first time you've thought about changing your BFRB. And it's probably not the first time you've taken action to overcome it.

This workbook provides evidence-based tools consistent with the most up-to-date behavioral science to examine your BFRB in a new way, shift perspective on how you relate to your BFRB experience, reduce the behavior with individually tailored interventions, and transform your life and sense of self for the better.
Written by licensed clinical psychologists, this integrative behavioral therapy (IBT) approach is rooted in behavioral and cognitive psychology, utilizing CBT, ACT, DBT and habit reversal training, and is applicable to all BFRBs, including nail biting, hair pulling, and skin picking. Make your way through the workbook at your own pace, with the authors' compassionate guidance, and return to it as often as needed.

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  • Published: Oct 19 2023
  • Pages: 288
  • 244 x 172mm
  • ISBN: 9781839976551
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Press Reviews

  • Christina Pearson Founder, TLC Foundation for BFRBs & BFRB Living Skills Coach & Consultant

    A stunning, thoughtful and well-integrated compendium of how one can learn to navigate, reduce, and even eliminate unwanted BFRB behaviors, while deepening self-awareness, expanding self-acceptance, and broadening one's sense of interconnectedness.
  • Patrick B. McGrath, PhD, Chief Clinical Officer, NOCD

    The authors have done a marvellous job. From motivation to address your BFRB's, to a full treatment plan, and then maintaining your gains, this book will change lives for the better.
  • Dr Lisa W. Coyne, Founder and Director, New England Center for OCD and Anxiety (NECOA) & Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School

    This is a terrific, comprehensive, strength-focused guide for individuals looking for tools to help them not only address BFRBs, but to build whole, rich, and thriving lives. It is clearly and compassionately written and is a must-have not only for BFRB sufferers but also clinicians interested in providing exceptional evidence-based support for their clients.