Many people with ADHD commonly engage in body focused repetitive behaviors (BFRB), such as skin picking (dermotillomania), hair pulling (trichotillomania), nail biting and nose picking to name a few. These behaviors are annoying at best and can be tormenting at worst.
Dr. Roberto Olivardia will explain BFRBs Factors that predispose those with ADHD to develop BFRB will be reviewed, as well as ADHD-friendly treatment interventions.
- Identify the symptoms associated with various BFRBs
- Understand how ADHD can be a risk factor for BFRBs
- Learn treatment recommendations for ADHD and BFRBs
- Lectures 3
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 70 minutes
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 137
- Assessments Yes
enlightening and liberatingI learned so much in this webinar, including the range of behaviors, their purposes, and — most importantly — to let go of any shame if it exists. These are much more common than I thought.
Wonderful PresentationDr. Roberto Olivardia did a great job presenting this topic. He made a topic that’s shameful to many normal by giving personal life examples.