Impulse Control Disorder Resources, Support and References

Impulse Control Disorder Support Groups

Impulse Control Disorders are conditions that are not very life-threatening; still, it is essential for people suffering from it to have support and encouragement from family and friends in the same way as other patients with debilitating diseases need. Such patients may often be misunderstood by others and support from family and friends are most important for the improvement of their condition. The following groups are non-profit organizations that provide aid and helpful information about various impulse-control disorders.

Kleptomania Support Group

A community of patients, family members and friends dedicated to dealing with kleptomania, together.
mdjunction.com

Daily Strength Kleptomania Support Group

A community of patients, family members and friends offering support to other inflicted individuals.
dailystrength.org

Pyromania Support Group

A community of patients, family members and friends dedicated to dealing with pyromania, together.
mdjunction.com

Daily Strength Pyromania Support Group

A community of patients, family members and friends offering support to other inflicted individuals.
dailystrength.org

Daily Strength Trichotillomania Supprt Group

A community of patients, family members and friends offering support to other inflicted individuals.
dailystrength.org

Yahoo Health Groups: Trichotillomania-friends

A community to support people with trichotillomania (compulsive hair pulling). They aim to discuss, help and mutually support each other in our efforts to understand and control this impulse control disorder. They are a group of lay people who have lived with this difficult condition for some time.
health.groups.yahoo.com

Gamblers Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from a gambling problem. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop gambling. Their primary purpose is to stop gambling and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same.
canadiancontent.net

Impulse Control Disorder References

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healthatoz.com

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[BACK] - 4: Psychology Information: Impulse Control Disorders.
psychologyinfo.com

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psychologyinfo.com

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psychologyinfo.com

[BACK] - 8: Forensic Psychiatry: Impulse Control Disorders.
forensicpsychiatry.ca

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healthatoz.com

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forensicpsychiatry.ca

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forensicpsychiatry.ca

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healthatoz.com

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healthatoz.com

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forensicpsychiatry.ca

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healthatoz.com

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forensicpsychiatry.ca

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forensicpsychiatry.ca

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[BACK] - 26: Wikipedia: Intermittent Explosive Disorders.
mental-health-matters.com

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Impulse Control Disorder Topics

Related Conditions

Intermittent Explosive Disorder – Extreme Expression of Anger, Impulsiveness, Uncontrolled Rage, Outbursts in Moods
Kleptomania – Compulsion to Steal, Hoarding, Collecting of Things Illegally, Shoplifting
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – Intrusive Thoughts, Impulsiveness, Strong Inclination for Something, Compulsive Behavior
Pyromania – Uncontrolled Desire to Set Fire Due to Psychosis, Revenge of Monetary Gains, Euphoria