Save Face launches BDD training for practitioners

06 Jun 2019

Independent accreditation body Save Face has confirmed that it has launched a series of training events to help aesthetic practitioners more easily recognise and diagnose body dysmorphic disorder (BDD).

The training will be provided by mental health charity Mind and will cover a number of topics including; an overview of mental health problems, support and treatments available, recognising the signs and how to respond and manage challenging situations. 

Clinical director at Save Face and registered nurse Emma Davies commented, “We are very excited to be able to offer this training which we hope will equip our practitioners with the skills and expertise they need to support the many people they are likely to come across who may be experiencing difficulties with their mental health.”


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  • Mrs Susan Rushby 25 Jul 2019 / 10:13 AM

    Where can I get information about SaveFace BDD courses? Thank you

  • Miss Megan Close 25 Jul 2019 / 11:43 AM

    Hi Mrs Rushby,

    We would recommend getting in contact with Save Face directly.

    Best of luck with the course,

    Team Aesthetics