WORLD TRICHOLOGY SOCIETY FULL TRICHOLOGY CERTIFICATION COURSE
Registration & Introduction
-Chapter 1–Introduction to Trichology (part of registration fee).
(Includes access to Introduction to Trichology video and workbook)
Pre-Requisite Course Chapters
Introduction to the Trichological Sciences
-Chapter 2–Introduction to Human Biology: Cells and Tissues
-Chapter 3–Introduction to Human Biology: Organ Systems
-Chapter 4–Introduction to Chemistry
-Chapter 5–Introduction to Physics
-Chapter 6–Introduction to Genetics
NOTE: This section is designed to give you a basic knowledge of the science terms important for the trichologist. As the course proceeds, this information will help you understand some of the trichological concepts. You do not need to learn all the terms, just be familiar with them.
Trichological Anatomy & Physiology
-Chapter 7–Anatomy & Physiology of the Hair
-Chapter 8–Anatomy & Physiology of the Skin
-Chapter 9–Anatomy & Physiology of the Scalp
NOTE: This section will teach you about the skin/scalp/hair in more detail. You do not need to learn all the terms, just be familiar with the concepts.
Core Course Chapters
Trichological Lifestyle & General Health Influences
-Chapter 10–Lifestyle & General Health Influences On The Hair And Scalp: Nutrition
-Chapter 11–Lifestyle & General Health Influences On The Hair And Scalp: General Health, Medications, And Stress
-Chapter 12–Lifestyle & General Health Influences On The Hair And Scalp: Hormones
NOTE: This section will teach you about how general health, environmental and lifestyle factors can affect the hair and scalp.
Trichological Hair-Loss & Hair Fiber Problems
-Chapter 13–More Common Hair Loss Problems: Male Genetic Hair Loss
-Chapter 14–More Common Hair Loss Problems: Female Genetic Hair Loss
-Chapter 15–More Common Hair Loss Problems: The Effluviums
-Chapter 16–More Common Hair Loss Problems: Alopecia Areata
-Chapter 17–Less Common Hair Loss Problems: Cicatricial (Scarring) Alopecia
-Chapter 18–Less Common Hair Loss Problems: Trichotillomania
-Chapter 19–Hair Fiber Problems: Acquired (Hairdressing Issues)
-Chapter 20–Hair Fiber Problems: Genetic And Congenital
-Chapter 21–Other Hair Growth Disorders
NOTE: These Chapters discuss the identification, causes and treatment choices for the hair loss problems and hair fiber issues you will see as a Certified Trichologist.
Trichological Scalp Disorders
-Chapter 22–More Common Scalp Disorders: Non-Inflammatory Scalp Problems
-Chapter 23–More Common Scalp Disorders: Inflammatory Scalp Problems
-Chapter 24– Less Common Scalp Disorders: Contagious Scalp Problems
-Chapter 25– Less Common Scalp Disorders: Non-Contagious Scalp Problems
NOTE: These Chapters discuss the identification, causes and treatment choices for the scalp problems that you will see as a Certified Trichologist.
Being a Certified Trichologist
-Chapter 26–Getting Started As A Certified Trichologist: The Consultation
-Chapter 27–Getting Started As A Certified Trichologist: Treatments And Client Follow-Ups
-Chapter 28–Getting Started As A Certified Trichologist: Setting Up A Trichology Center
NOTE: This section discusses how to use all your knowledge from the previous Chapters in a clinical setting.
This training helps bring the whole curriculum together so that you become an expert at using what you have learned in the academic part of the course in your trichology practice. You will learn how to perform a trichological consultation, identify, treat and advise clients/patients in helping improve their hair/scalp problems. The clinical training takes place either virtually (twice-a-year) or in New York City (twice-a -year) under the tutelage of Dr. David Kingsley, Bissan Debsi, and our other professors.
Taken on completion of whole course (usually directly after clinical training). Consists of: a) short answers/multiple choice questions and b) viva voce (verbal test).
If you are having difficulties with some of the course work, please email us at email@example.com to set up a one-on-one online tutorial with one of our professors.
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