What are some tools or modalities that can help with trichotillomania?

Brian Baird
Brian Baird answered 10/14/2019 13:46

Happiness and Freedom Specialist

Hello, Leilani, I am Brian. I trust you are well. Though TTM often is linked to areas of personal psychology, there may be physiological aspects to consider, particularly looking into nutritional gaps that may be enlarging psychological effects. That being said, regarding your question about modalities that can help with TTM, we at Million Dollar Feeling harness a blend of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), Hypnotherapy (for those willing), interactive coaching and nutritional enhancements to optimize results. This allows us to lead clients to rapid, commonly immediate, permanent, positive life-changing results with a phenomenal rate of success. So, it is these modalities, from experience, that I suggest be explored regarding TTM. Please let us know how we can further support your search for answers to this question. Brian Baird, CHt, co-founder of Million Dollar Feeling

Terre McCue
Terre McCue answered 10/15/2019 14:22

Energy Healer, QHHT Regression Therapist

Trichotillomania resembles a type of obsessive-compulsive behavior. There are techniques that are available to remove the negative energies and subconscious thought patterns that can trigger the automatic impulse to tug at the hair. I offer an energy protocol that I use to “disconnect” these types of energetic imbalances and thought patterns.

Terre McCue
Terre McCue answered 10/15/2019 16:00

Energy Healer, QHHT Regression Therapist

Spiritual Heart-based Healing. This technique does not address illness or disease, but spiritual issues that influence our conscious and unconscious minds.

Gregory Ashby
Gregory Ashby answered 10/23/2019 19:04

Certiied Health Coach-Functional Lifestyle Coach

Leilani, I don’t think there is one answer, but this compulsivity is usually Psychological in nature. I also live in Salt Lake City so we can meet in person to talk about this further.

Monika Dulian, FMCHC
Monika Dulian, FMCHC answered 10/25/2019 21:11

FMCHC, MAT Advanced Practitioner

This addiction/compulsive behavior is a symptom of a deeply rooted emotional stress. Hair problems occur when you feel out of control; suppressed and dominated by an influential figure in your life. Those experiencing hair problems feel like there is little room for mistakes, they are on guard constantly, unable to communicate clearly. Hair loss takes one's ability to feel confident away, making it difficult to feel good about oneself, unconsciously allowing for inaction in avoidance of possible failure. Hair problems also happen to people who feel rejected, unimportant and unsafe. Explore the questions below to discover more about the root (no pun intended) of your problem: Are you hard on yourself? Are you self-punishing for making mistakes in the past? Are you rejecting yourself? I use a gentle technique to discover and resolve the emotional root cause of ailments and sumptoms. Please contact me for more details.