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Imani: Black Young Adults BFRB Support Group

Imani: Black Young Adults BFRB Support Group

We are Imani, a virtual BFRB support group for Black Young Adults ages 18-35 fostering faith, hope, and community.

This group meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 7-8 PM EST.

Follow us on Instagram for all updates at @imanibfrb

Contact us at imanibfrb@gmail.com with any questions/concerns.

Register for the support group and sign up for our mailing list by clicking on our website link at the top of the page or going to https://forms.gle/khwWf6WuHwPYxMtG9

Registration is required to attend this group! After registering, you will receive the link to the Zoom meeting in a follow-up and reminder email.

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Pick Hope Instead TTM Group

Pick Hope Instead is a BFRB (Body-Focused Repetitive Behavior) Support Group for individuals 18+ with hair picking/pulling tendencies, otherwise known as Trichotillomania (TTM).

The goal of this group is to provide a safe and supportive place where you can feel that you are not alone with TTM, and also feel hopeful, loved, and accepted. We will share our experiences with TTM, learn and share strategies and resources with one another, and the possibility of healing and recovery. Guest speakers will attend from time to time.

This support group meets on the first Wednesday of the month from 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. CST in St. Charles, IL.

Email pickhopeinstead@gmail.com with your questions, or for more information.

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TSN-THEO - Trichotillomania Support Network - To Help Each Other

Founded in 1993 as "THEO" (Trichsters Helping Each Other), this group has provided over 25 years of BFRB support to the Detroit, Southeast Michigan, and surrounding areas. This group is currently meeting on Zoom. When in-person meetings resume, meetings will be held at our former location. Please contact Bobbie for meeting details. The group meets on the 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month at 1:00 pm in Classroom C of the Administration and Education Center at Beaumont/Botsford Hospital, which is located on Grand River north of Eight Mile Road in Farmington Hills.

Contact - Bobbie: rslade9627@aol.com

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New York City BFRB Support Group

This peer support group for adults has been meeting weekly in Manhattan since 1996. We follow the standard TLC format of a 'check-in', followed by a general discussion. Each week, approximately 10-15 people attend. There is no requirement to come every week and new members are always welcome. The group is exclusively for people 18 and older who have any BFRB and are living in the New York City area. There is no fee. Weekly meetings are Tuesday evenings from 7:00-8:30 pm on Zoom. Please email for registration details.

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Montreal Support Group

A peer support group open to people over age 18 who engage in BFRBs (hair pulling, skin picking or other BFRBs)- currently meeting virtually!
• Generally, we meet once a month from 7PM to 8:30 PM Eastern Time; we send the date and time through email and our private Facebook group.
• We have a drop in format and new members are welcome
• The group's aim is to connect people from the Montreal area but while we hold virtual support groups, anyone with a BFRB is welcome!
• Please contact the group leader for the meeting’s next dates and registration information: Olivia; oliviabfrb@gmail.com

We focus on creating a casual, friendly, non-judgmental, and confidential environment to support each other in healing, surviving and coping with our BFRB issues. The group provides discussion time to share strategies with each other, give each other moral support and sometimes, a bit of healing humor. There's no therapist for this group- we work together to build trust, acceptance, and healing

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