Alopecia UK and the College of Trichological Science and Practice are proud to present 'An Introduction to the Psychology of Hair Loss and Scalp Conditions.' This groundbreaking online course, in collaboration with Alopecia UK, offers unparalleled insights into the psychological aspects of hair loss and scalp conditions. Whether you are a professional seeking to expand your expertise or an individual looking to gain knowledge on this subject, this course is tailored to meet your needs.
Who is the Course For:
Designed for professionals from various backgrounds and anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of the emotional impact of hair loss and scalp conditions, this fully online course provides comprehensive insights and supportive strategies to be implemented into your daily lives and practice. You can complete the course at your own pace, allowing flexibility to accommodate your schedule.
What Does This Course Cover:
The psychological importance of hair.
Recognising the psychological impact of hair and scalp conditions.
Identifying support systems and referral pathways.
"This course is an excellent jargon-free introduction to understanding the psychology of hair loss and the personal and societal influences that underlie the difficulties that patients may experience and their impact on the individual's quality of life. The student is introduced to how these problems evolve, how they may present and the methods that are used in assessing their nature and severity, followed by a description of a stepped approach to their management and onward referral pathways. The course concludes with a self-assessment quiz and the opportunity to provide feedback."
- Professor Andrew Messenger, Consultant Dermatologist
Is it Accredited:
Yes! Upon completion, you'll receive certification for 3.5 hours of CPD credits, attesting to your commitment to professional development. Earn a verifiable CPD certificate, enhancing your expertise and recognising your dedication to excellence.
How Much Does It Cost:
The Course fee is £150, and 100% of profit is donated to Alopecia UK. You can find out more about the work of this fantastic charity at www.alopecia.org.uk