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- Reduce Stress as they deal with their children's picking or pulling
- Understand how to use EFT in many different situations to help your child with Picking and Pulling
- Have a tapping strategy for your child or teen to help reduce the intensity and frequency of the urge.
- This course is how to help you stay grounded and calm while supporting your child/teen through this process. It is not about a cure. It is about how to use Emotional Freedom Techniques to help you and your child.
- Willingness to practice
- Strong desire to help their children
For parents of children suffering with Trichotillomania or Dermatillomania. When you see your child pulling their hair or picking at their skin, obviously in distress, many feelings rise up: anger, sadness, guilt to name a few.
Often these emotions block parents from really being present and effective in helping and supporting their child.
Joan Kaylor brings her decades of experience to help parents deal with their ineffective, often harmful, reactions to their child's destructive behaviors. She uses her skills in EFT to help parents deal with their unsupportive behaviors so that they can be more effective helping their child move forward into a healthier life.
Note: This course is about helping parents with their distress regarding their children. This is NOT a course about how to stop pulling and picking. There is another course teaching Emotional Freedom Techniques for pulling and picking.
Joan Kaylor stopped pulling out her hair in 1989. She has been helping children, teens and adults stop pulling hair and picking skin since 1994 when she became a professional counselor. Trichotillomania and Dermatillomania are body focused repetitive behaviors. They regulate emotions and help to soothe when we are upset, overwhelmed, bored or stressed. Joan considers pulling and picking to be addictions.
The treatment is completely difference from obsessive compulsive disorders. Healing from an addiction is work. It can be done. In this course, Joan will teach you strategies to let go of the urges and counseling for the shame and depression and family stress that come with Trich and picking.
Joan Kaylor has treated 1000's of individuals, parents and families with Trichotillomania and Dermatillomania.
There is lots of hope and through EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), Joan will take you through a gentle process to relieve your emotional charges so that you can respond more effectively.
Trichotillomania and Dermatillomania
Trichotillomania (trick-o-til-o-MAY-nee-ah) is a disorder that causes people to pull out the hair from their scalp, eyelashes, eyebrows, pubic area, underarms, beard, chest, legs or other parts of the body, resulting in noticeable bald patches. Hair pulling varies greatly in its severity, location on the body, and response to treatment. For some people, at some times, Trichotillomania is mild and can be quelled with a bit of extra awareness and concentration. For others, at times the urge may be so strong that it makes thinking of anything else nearly impossible.
Skin Picking Disorder (also known as Excoriation Disorder or SPD) is a serious and poorly understood problem. People who suffer from SPD repetitively touch, rub, scratch, pick at, or dig into their skin, often in an attempt to remove small irregularities or perceived imperfections. This behavior may result in skin discoloration or scarring. In more serious cases, severe tissue damage and visible disfigurement can result.
Trichotillomania may affect as much as 4% of the population. Women are four times more likely to be affected than men.
Symptoms usually begin before age 17. The hair may come out in round patches or across the scalp. The effect is an uneven appearance. The person may pluck other hairy areas, such as the eyebrows, eyelashes, or body hair.
These symptoms are usually seen in children:
An uneven appearance to the hair
Bare patches or all around (diffuse) loss of hair
Bowel blockage (obstruction) if people eat the hair they pull out
Constant tugging, pulling, or twisting of hair
Denying the hair pulling
Hair regrowth that feels like stubble in the bare spots
Increasing sense of tension before the hair pulling
Other self-injury behaviors
Sense of relief, pleasure, or gratification after the hair pulling
Most people with this disorder also have problems with:
Feeling sad or depressed
Poor self image
- Parents of children who pick their skin or pull their hair
- People interested in non-invasive, non-drug related methods to help their children
Joan Kaylor explains what you will get from this course. She also shares how her mother felt when Joan was pulling her hair.
Learn EFT for yourself and for your child.
Joan discusses a very important aspect for helping your children recover from this. Do not skip this lecture.
You may think you are helping your child, but if your behavior is driven by fear, guilt, anger or a host of other destructive feelings, you aren't. This course will will help your relieve the emotional charges you experience when you see your child suffer and give you tools to better assist them on their healing.
Resources to help you while you do your research through the Trichotillomania Learning Center. Discover the sites Joan trusts.
Do you ask yourself: "What did I do to cause this in my child?" The answer is "You did nothing." In this section we will help you to remove the guilt. Joan goes through the EFT process with you.
EFT Session with touch and breathing to relieve guilt.
Shows young people how to break their hair pulling habit by identifying trigger situations, developing resistance strategies, charting progress, modifying environments, motivating themselves, and staying with the program. Advice for therapists and parents, too.
Do your research. Take one step at a time. Take one day at a time. This is a journey or healing. It didn't happen overnight and your won't cure it overnight. You can take back your power and help your child.
More courses on trichotillomania and skin picking available in the resource section with special student coupons.