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Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors Worksheets (Trichotillomania, Skin Picking, and Other BFRBs)

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Learn How To Free Yourself From Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors


  • Do you frequently engage in repetitive behaviors like hair pulling, skin picking, nail biting, or thumb-sucking?
  • Does the behavior provide temporary relief or gratification but also cause distress or embarrassment afterward?
  • Have you tried unsuccessfully to stop or reduce these behaviors on your own?
  • Have you noticed an increase in these behaviors during periods of stress or anxiety?


If so, body-focused repetitive behaviors may be a problem for you.

Common body-focused repetitive behaviors may include:

  • Hair pulling (Trichotillomania)
  • Skin picking (Dermatillomania)
  • Nail biting
  • Thumb sucking
  • Tooth grinding (Bruxism)

+30 Pages of activities and prompts to help you free yourself from Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors.


  • What Are Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs)
  • Do You Struggle With BFRBs?
  • Increase Self-Awareness
  • A Letter to Your BFRB
  • Stages of Change
  • Building Motivation
  • Mindfulness for BFRBs
  • Challenge Your Beliefs
  • Monitor Your BFRBs
  • Identify Triggers
  • Develop A Plan
  • Create Physical Barriers
  • Habit Reversal Training
  • Practicing Healthier Coping Mechanisms
  • Release BFRB Shame
  • Give Your Inner Critic Time Off
  • Practice Positive Self-Talk
  • Practice Self-Compassion


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