Chapter 1: Introduction to Trichology
The introduction is a detailed overview of Trichology from the historical, cultural, physiological, and business perspective.
Chapter 2: Professional Code of Ethics
A presentation and discussion of life skills etiquette and personal development critical to success. This course session presents the impact of social and business behaviors on the professional environment, and describes the importance of improved and sensitive communication in conveying the clinical needs of trichology, communicating with colleagues, and satisfying clientele.
Chapter 3: Trichology Hypothesis and Biology
An in-depth analysis of the structure of the hair follicle and the skin which sets the foundation for the basic understanding of trichology health.
Chapter 4:Understanding Hair Loss
An explanation of scalp hair and the formation of skin and hair follicles is presented here. This course of study outlines hair growth and various types of hair loss.
Each year, the National Trichology Training Institute (NTTI) certifies clinical practitioners who become leaders in trichology, commonly combating the hair loss epidemic as it relates to health, wellness, sickness and disease. Our trichology program advances careers and takes practitioners leaps beyond the stylist chair.
Trichology is the scientific, biological, health and wellness approach to achieving healthy bodies, ultimately leading to healthy hair. A Clinical Trichologist is defined as a person with paramedical skills and knowledge who properly aids people with scalp disorders and hair loss issues. Join the National Trichology Tranining Institute to achieve your professional credentials.