Online tool to assess the sevirity of your skin picking behaviors.Click Here...
Here you can tell your story, ask questions, and support others who have same compulsions as you do.Click Here
We publish a popular blog with news and updates on everything that has to do with skin picking and related disorders.Click Here...
Visit the info section, where you'll learn about skin picking, its symptoms, causes, treatment, similar disorders and more.Click Here
We maintain a list of treatment providers who treat compulsive picking disorders.Click Here
Visit our "Ask the Expert" page, where you will find answers (by Dr. Ted Grossbart) to commonly asked questions about skin picking.Click Here
If you're a licensed mental health professional, and you have experience in treating the excoriation disorder, this section is for you.Click Here
For those of you who are new to the BFRB (body-focused repetitive behaviors) community, you may not have heard about the Trichotillomania Learning Center (TLC) Annual Conference.
Body-focussed repetitive behaviors (BFRBs) are prevalent in both men and women, and yet the majority of information and awareness we get about BFRBs such as compulsive skin picking and hair pulling, is from women.
I stumbled across this YouTube video of a young lady named Cassandra Bankson who talks about some of the strategies she uses to stop herself from picking at her acne. Alhtough the video was uploaded in 2012, the tips and advice she gives is still very relevant today.
Artist and advocate for body-focussed repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), Liz Atkin is no stranger to the skinpick.com blog.
When you are an active participant in the body-focussed repetitive behaviors (BFRB) community, it seems incredible to think that there is lack of awareness of these conditions.