mental health in cosmetic medicine

Keeping Mental Health in Mind

I am proud to be a mental health nurse and firmly believe that mental health should be integrated with other medical specialties. I was fortunate to complete a nurse training programme that gave me exposure on surigacl wards, medical wards, GP practice nursing, health visiting and midwiftery. My post-registration experience has involved nursing people with diabetes, on drips, on end of life pathways, with heart disease, on catheters… the list goes on. As a result I have been able to develop and maintain necessary clinical skills and care for a person’s mental health needs.

As this article shows, mental health needs are very prevalent and common ion my aesthetic practice. There should be no stigma in disclosing them and aesthetic professionals should take the time to screen for mental health conditions.

Juno Training Launched!

JOIN US on WEDNESDAY 16th OCTOBER for the first mental health training day at Premier Meetings Manchester Trafford Centre West, Old Park Lane, Greater Manchester, M17 8PG, United Kingdom

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CHOOSE the level of mental health training that suits you needs:


  1. Foundation in Mental Health Skills

    Would you like to know more about mental health conditions and diagnoses? This half day session will cover common and complex mental health disorders and the overlap of symptoms that make diagnosis challenging. Following this training, you will have consolidated any previous mental health experience and using interactive methods, will have an improved understanding of the symptoms experienced from various conditions and which professional groups are best placed to manage such conditions.


  2. Managing Mental Health in Cosmetic Medicine

    Are you a practising Registrant in aesthetic medicine who would like to introduce mental health screening and/or assessment to your practice? This half-day session will cover which diagnoses and conditions to be vigilant for and practical considerations for clinicians to consider when managing a patient’s holistic needs. Management of mental health needs in aesthetic medicine will impact on a patient’s ability to consent, amendments to be made throughout the treatment, possible drug interactions and enhanced post-treatment care and support. This session will assist you in identifying patients that are at high risk of decompensation and dissatisfaction of their treatment and provide you with structured assessments that can be used in an efficient way during consultation.


Sessions are delivered by mental health nurse, Nofie Johnston - former professional lead for mental health nursing, with a wealth of experience in mental health in community, inpatient and urgent care settings with a specialist interest in cosmetic medicine since 2014.

Session 1 - Foundation in mental health skills 9am to 1pm with light breakfast £150

Session 2 - Managing Mental Health in Cosmetic Medicine 1.30 to 4.30pm with light lunch £150


Receive a discount of £50 when you book both sessions for £250!


Travel options:

By Car: Premier Meetings at Trafford Centre West is just situated off Junction 9 of the M60 in Manchester.

By Rail: Virgin Rail Trains run regularly to Manchester Piccadilly, which is 7 miles away.

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Other transport options are here.