Skin Care, Allergies, & Wrinkles
Social workers assist individuals and their families with many aspects of their lives. The basis of social work is to improve and maintain the lifestyles of those people the social worker is assisting. Often, social workers are involved with the recovery of people following injury, illness, substance abuse, or other hardships involved with the client’s personal or professional life. Since social workers see their clients on a regular basis, they can serve as an important resource for information regarding skin care. This home study provides a complete overview of several skin care topics, including allergies, acne, skin cancer, skin care for aging individuals, and the effects of stress on the skin This course explains the diagnosis and newest treatments for skin conditions and skin allergies. Describes new laser treatments for wrinkles and other skin conditions. Lists the most effective preventive and treatment methods for skin cancer. Identifies coping strategies for patients with psychosocial issues caused by chronic skin conditions. Identifies future trends in medical and cosmetic skin treatments.