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Dealing with a mental health issue like anxiety, depression or a body focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs) such as compulsive skin picking is challenging and it is important not to go through it on your own.
Dermatillomania is a clinical condition where the patient gets regular uncontrollable urges to pick his or her skin. The picking can sometimes be so severe that it causes injury and scarring and can even sometimes lead to infection.
For those struggling with compulsive skin picking, finding the right mental health professional to treat the issue can seem like a bewildering task.
Dermatillomania, or excoriation disorder is a complex disorder with no definitive cause for onset.