Cognitive Behavioural Therapy may be recommended for people with Trichotillomania. Your GP would advise as to whether or not this would be beneficial in your particular case but it is suggested frequently by the medical profession to help with managing Trichotilomania.
CBT is an Orientation of psychotherapy. It is essentially a talking therapy. The client and therapist work together to understand problems in terms of the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviour.
We have a number of clients who have had CBT to help with their trichotillomania and many have found it hugely beneficial however I appreciate that it is an individual thing but I would be interested to see if anyone has any feedback on this.