In Appointment, and, I find, also in other works, Calle returns to the clinical space psychoanalysis opened up and makes an aesthetic intervention. While the other contemporary artworks in The Aesthetic Clinic are not about literally ...
Author: Fernanda Negrete
Publisher: SUNY Press
Examines experimental art and literature by women alongside psychoanalysis and philosophy to develop a new understanding of sublimation and aesthetic experience. In The Aesthetic Clinic, Fernanda Negrete brings together contemporary women writers and artists well known for their formal experimentation—Louise Bourgeois, Sophie Calle, Lygia Clark, Marguerite Duras, Roni Horn, and Clarice Lispector—to argue that the aesthetic experiences afforded by their work are underwritten by a tenacious and uniquely feminine ethics of desire. To elaborate this ethics, Negrete looks to notions of sublimation and feminine sexuality developed by Freud, Baudelaire, Mallarmé, and Nietzsche, and their reinvention with and after Jacques Lacan, including in the schizoanalysis of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. But she also highlights how psychoanalytic theory draws on writing and other creative practices to conceive of unconscious processes and the transformation sought through analysis. Thus, the “aesthetic clinic” of the book’s title (a term Negrete adopts from Deleuze) is not an applied psychoanalysis or schizoanalysis. Rather, The Aesthetic Clinic privileges the call and constraints issued by each woman’s individual work. Engaging an artwork here is less about retrieving a hidden meaning through interpretation than about receiving a precise transmission of sensation, a jouissance irreducible to meaning. Not only do art and literature serve an urgent clinical function in Negrete’s reading but sublimation itself requires an embrace of femininity. At the University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Fernanda Negrete is Assistant Professor of French and Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Culture.
This text serves as an expert user's guide written specifically for healthcare professionals in need of an in-depth introduction and comprehensive actionable program for digital marketing, social media, and aesthetic clinic management.
Author: Wendy Lewis
Publisher: CRC Press
Social media provides a new way for aesthetic practitioners to connect with consumers and to differentiate their clinics. However, to most clinic managers and practitioners, digital media represents a sea of confusion that they cannot even begin to know how to navigate. With over 20 years of experience in medical aesthetics, Lewis offers a unique understanding of the challenges clinics face every day to market their products and services ethically, manage patients and stay profitable. This text serves as an expert user's guide written specifically for healthcare professionals in need of an in-depth introduction and comprehensive actionable program for digital marketing, social media, and aesthetic clinic management. It is a must-read for practitioners.
Aesthetic Clinic Medicine Aestheticians carry out their activity in a variety of settings within the services sector and more specifically in the activity of aesthetic treatments, developing the processes of rendering aesthetic ...
Author: Paloma Tejero
Publisher: CRC Press
Editors Paloma Tejero, MD, consultant and founding partner, Mediestetic Clinics, Toledo; codirector, courses for the degrees of Master of Aesthetic Medicine and Master of Quality of Life and Medical-Aesthetic Care of the Oncological Patient, University of Alcalá; instructor, classes in the degree of Master of Aesthetic Medicine, Complutense University, Rey Juan Carlos University, and University of the Balearic Islands; president of the Association of Aesthetic Medicine of Castilla La Mancha; president of GEMEON (Group of Experts in Oncological Aesthetic Medicine); and honorary member, Spanish Society of Aesthetic Medicine. Hernan Pinto, MD, PhD, MSc, CETC, i2e3 Research Institute, Barcelona; codirector, Expert Course in Medical Writing, University of Alcalá; head of the Scientific Commission of the Spanish Aesthetic Medicine Society (SEME); main handling editor, Journal of Union Internationale de Médecine Esthétique (UIME); board member, Spanish Medical Writers Association (AERTeM); board member, GEMEON (Group of Experts in Oncological Aesthetic Medicine); honorary professor, Yichun University. Physicians are increasingly recognizing that helping cancer patients to feel good about themselves and about their appearance can be of vital importance in giving them the emotional support and psychological resilience to survive and recover from the side effects of the disease and its treatment. Aesthetic physicians are in a prime position to help a cancer patient with the side effects and recover lost volume, hydration, and pigmentation in skin, nails, and hair, as well as to advise on nutrition, prostheses, and complementary therapies. This pioneering volume will be an important resource that brings together expertise in this area and the practical details a physician will need. CONTENTS: The oncological patient and aesthetic medicine: The bonded approach * Challenges for oncology: Prevention, palliation, and survival * Cancer as a chronic disease * Clinical record: Oncological screening * Tumor markers * The psychological approach: The healing power of image and comprehensive assistance to cancer patients * The role of the family * The oncological patient environment: Legal framework and ethics * Radiotherapy: The prevention of secondary effects, radiodermatitis, and long-term toxicity * Prevention and treatment of dermatological secondary effects of cancer therapy * Prevention and treatment of adverse effects of antineoplastic therapy and of delayed-onset side effects: Prevention and treatment of hair loss * Melatonin for prevention and treatment of complications associated with chemotherapy and radiotherapy: Implications for cancer stem cell differentiation * Chronic antineoplastic therapies and their impact on quality of life * Interactions with medical-aesthetic treatments * Medical-aesthetic treatments in the survivor patient * Medical-aesthetic treatments in oncology patients * Facial medical-aesthetic treatments in oncology patients * Filler materials: Indications, contraindications, and special considerations in oncology patients * Aesthetic medical treatments during the disease: What is the plan? * The role of the aesthetic doctor in follow-up of the oncology patient * Medico-aesthetic collaboration * Dietetics and nutrition in oncology patients: Evaluation of nutritional status, weight control, and nutrigenomics * Nutrition: Diet therapy and nutritional supplements * Introduction to vascular complications in oncology patients * Anatomy of lymphatic drainage of the limbs * Prevention and treatment of secondary lymphedema of extremities, early diagnosis of lymphostasis, and postsurgical prevention and conservative treatment of lymphedema * Prevention and treatment of venous thromboembolism * Cosmetic-medical treatments * Micropigmentation applied to oncology patients * Photoprotection in oncology patients * Scar care after surgical treatment in oncology patients * Cancer and physical exercise * Ozone therapy in oncology patients * Thermal treatments in postcancer care
To uphold the principle of nonmaleficence and prevent unnecessary cosmetic procedures, any evidence of psychotic or disordered thought process ... having a true case of OCD in the aesthetic clinic is much less common than with BDD.
Author: Evan A. Rieder
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ESSENTIAL PSYCHIATRY FOR THE AESTHETIC PRACTITIONER Aesthetic practice requires an understanding of human psychology, yet professionals across cosmetic medicine and related fields receive no formal training in identifying and managing psychological conditions. Essential Psychiatry for the Aesthetic Practitioner provides concise yet comprehensive guidance on approaching patient assessment, identifying common psychiatric diseases, and managing challenging situations in cosmetic practice. This much-needed guide brings together contributions by dermatologists, plastic surgeons, psychiatrists, psychologists, and other experts to help practitioners understand the role of psychology in cosmetic practice and improve interpersonal relations with their patients. Assuming no previous background knowledge in psychiatry, the text provides cosmetic practitioners of all training and experience levels with clear guidance, real-world advice, and effective psychological tools to assist their practice. Through common clinical scenarios, readers learn to determine if a patient is a good candidate for a cosmetic procedure, enhance the patient experience, deal with difficult personalities in the cosmetic clinic, recognize obsessive compulsive and body dysmorphic disorders, and more. Describes how to use psychologically informed approaches and treatments for aesthetic patients Features easy-to-use psychological tools such as motivational interviewing, progressive muscle relaxation, guided imagery, and acceptance and commitment therapy Includes extensive references and practical tips for understanding the psychological implications of cosmetic treatments Covers cosmetic consultations for female, male, and transgender patients Discusses the history and psychology of beauty as well as the role of cosmetics and cosmeceuticals Emphasizes the importance of screening for common psychological comorbidities Addresses the impact of social media on self-image and its role in a growing crisis in beauty and appearance Highlights the need to develop new guidelines to treat rapidly evolving patient populations Explores how gender fluidity and variations in ethnicity are changing the approaches to aesthetic patients Essential Psychiatry for the Aesthetic Practitioner is required reading for dermatologists, plastic surgeons, cosmetic doctors, dentists, nurses, and physician assistants and all other professionals working in aesthetic medicine.
Organizing Committee (Baku) Oct 2017 Winner - John Bannon Award for the “Best Clinic in Ireland” at the Aesthetic Awards (London), December 2017 Winner - Irish Health & Beauty Award 'Best Cosmetic Surgery Clinic in Ireland 2016' ...
Author: Dr Patrick Treacy
Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers
The birth and exponential growth of aesthetic medicine has been phenomenal. Recent technical innovation in aesthetic devices and products, coupled with an ever-increasing awareness of physical appearance and a rise in disposable income has boosted the demand for this field of medicine beyond all expectations. Its market size is presently valued at USD 60 billion and is anticipated to continue to expand at a CAGR of 10%. Now comes a book, written by one of the pioneers of this field of medicine who started one of the first aesthetic clinics in the world from his apartment in Dublin in 1999. Since then, he has built clinics around the world and won multiple international awards for his own innovations and advanced techniques, including ‘Top Aesthetic Physician in the World’ in 2019.
YOUR NEW GUIDE TO BEAUTY AND SPA!..This electronic book has been published for all those people who see in the art of body aesthetics a way to use their time profitably.
Author: David Isaac Ruiz
Publisher: Independently Published
YOUR NEW GUIDE TO BEAUTY AND SPA!This electronic book has been published for all those people who see in the art of body aesthetics a way to use their time profitably. And as the feminine figure and its self-esteem are the factors most related to mental health, personal fulfillment and happiness, it has several chapters that illustrate, defining and explaining many of the concepts and procedures that are necessary to work within an aesthetic clinic, or even manage it as a business of its own. The bibliography available on the Internet on beauty techniques and protocols most accepted at present, has been updated with this Manual that left nothing pending because all the topics and subtopics that will complete any questions you have and are related to this have been included. field so recommended in our days.Beginning with chapter one where we approach the origin and theory of Aesthetics from ancient Greece and compare it with contemporary rethinking. In the second entitled "Spa and aesthetic clinics" we define their concept, their types and highlight the healthy benefits that can be obtained from various types of therapies that combine the natural and millenary techniques. And we will see how aesthetics also helps people in more serious cases where the facial traumas suffered by some accidents that disfigure our face with more invasive scientific methods."Facial Therapies" is the title of the third chapter that describes the protocols with the detailed steps of a massage for the discomfort of the face and shows us the type of skin. We also find here a brief introduction to cosmetology. Next, we deal extensively with nine of the most used body treatments in clinics by beauticians who will also warn us when they are applicable to patients and to those who are contraindicated. In some of these chapters you will also find examples of medical documents for the patient's file of the aesthetic clinic as they should be filled out and archived for an excellent service.Specialized hair removal is another chapter of this topic that we develop from the characteristics of the hair, selection criteria of hair removal technique, classes of techniques and of course their protocols when proceeding to apply them.Another of the topics that we have not left out of this book is the Anatomy covering four of the systems and body appliances more directly associated with the treatments and aesthetic therapies that are available to the beauty offices. Chapter seven is about nutrition that in its nine subtitles reproduces volume 1 of the meticulous diet plan "12 Diets of Fullness: The Pyramid of Nutrition" where, among other options, one can determine the body mass index.Finally the eighth chapter we will know how the terminology of protocol and label, their historical origins and evolution to our day in which postmodernism introduces rules or subconscious rules in the members of society on how we should be to use the phone, among others Many tips on dress styles for both ladies and gentlemen. The customs of cultural etiquette are also another interesting topic that we have wanted to present exhaustively in this section. The last chapter is for aesthetic professionals and culminates with the details and knowledge that every beautician should know. It has been a pleasure for me to share with you, my readers, the most important data on aesthetics and beauty that I have been able to compile for this manual or guide, although it is not extensive, we hope that you will not be forgotten and you can take advantage of this knowledge for your profession, your family and personal well-being.The author.
While Deleuze tries to set the aesthetic clinic apart from psychoanalysis in this late essay on painting, the turn to hysteria attests to a close and relevant link between Deleuze's idea of the clinical and psychoanalysis, ...
Author: Cheri Carr
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Social Science
The schizoanalytic method and the lines of flight that it has inspired align with contemporary feminist concerns and practices in productive and revealing ways in this ground-breaking collection. To address the relevance of schizoanalysis for contemporary developments in new materialism, affect theory, transnational feminism, political ontology, feminist critiques of globalization and capitalism, feminist pedagogy, and ethics, the overarching questions explored are: What can schizoanalysis do for feminist theory? What would a feminist schizoanalysis look like? Is it possible to perform a schizoanalysis of feminism? How do schizoanalytic-feminist alliances create new ways of understanding the future, sexuality and bodily transformation, political resistance, new subjectivities, and ethical relationships? Highlighting the strength, richness, and diversity of feminist perspectives this collection shows how issues of re-conceiving desire, theorizing embodiment and materiality, interrogating the status of sexuality and difference, decentring feminist practice to be inclusive of transnational and de-colonial concerns, critiques of binary logic and gender, transversal politics, and the need for new political visions in light of advanced capitalism are all enhanced by this alliance.
Aesthetic Labor for the Sociologies of Work, Gender and Beauty. Sociology Compass, 8(12), 1330–1343. Mercer, K. (1990). ... Emerging Geographies of Disciplining the Ageing Body: Practising Cosmetic Technologies in the Aesthetic Clinic.
Author: Ana Sofia Elias
Category: Political Science
This volume approaches questions about gender and the politics of appearance from a new perspective by developing the notion of aesthetic labour. Bringing together feminist writing regarding the ‘beauty myth’ with recent scholarship about new forms of work, the book suggests that in this moment of ubiquitous photography, social media, and 360 degree surveillance, women are increasingly required to be 'aesthetic entrepreneurs’, maintaining a constant state of vigilance about their appearance. The collection shows that this work is not just on the surface of bodies, but requires a transformation of subjectivity itself, characterised by notions of personal choice, risk-taking, self-management, and individual responsibility. The book includes analyses of online media, beauty service work, female genital cosmetic surgery, academic fashion, self-help literature and the seduction community, from a range of countries. Discussing beauty politics, postfeminism, neoliberalism, labour and subjectivity, the book will be of interest to scholars and students with an interest in Gender, Media Studies, Cultural Studies, Sociology, Social Psychology and Management Studies. “This highly engaging, smart, and wide-ranging collection analyzes how, under the self-governing mandates of neoliberalism, the demands that girls and women regulate and control their bodies and appearance have escalated to new, unforgiving levels. A special strength of the book is its emphasis on the rise of ‘aesthetic labour’ as a global, transnational and ever-colonizing phenomenon that seeks to sweep up women of all races, ages and locales into its disciplinary grip. Highly recommended.” -Susan J Douglas, University of Michigan, USA the inherited responsibility that remains women’s particular burden to manage.” -Melissa Gregg, Intel Corporation, USA “This book incisively conceptualizes how neo-liberalist and postfeminist tendencies are ramping up pressures for glamour, aesthetic, fashion, and body work in the general public. In a moment when YouTube ‘makeup how to’ videos receive millions of hits; what to wear and how to wear it blogs clock massive followings; and staying ‘on brand’ is sold to us as the key to personal and financial success, ‘aesthetic entrepreneurship’ is bound to become a go-to concept for anyone seeking to understand the profound shifts shaping labor and life in the 21st century.” -Elizabeth Wissinger, City University of New York, USA
Contributors Foreword by Professor Kiran Godse Foreword by Feroz K Foreword by Deepika Pandhi and Dipankar De Preface v ix xi xiii xv Section I: General Aspects of Aesthetic Procedures 3 14 19 1. How to Set-Up an Aesthetic Clinic ...
Author: Shehnaz Arsiwala
Publisher: CBS Publishers & Distributors Private Limited
The Handbook highlights easy, reader-friendly steps with scientific rationale and practical tips for complete non-surgical, minimally invasive, day-to-day procedures conducted in a dermatologist's clinic with focus on setting up sound successful aesthetic practice, managing complications as well as maintaining safety during the pandemic. All the topics have been put together by the esteemed editorial team by inviting experts from India to contribute their super-specialty chapters. The physician, who has to deal with variable outcomes while treating skin of color as in Indian skin, which has variation of color expression, needs a scientific rationale to optimise outcomes and minimise complications. The Handbook aims to meet all the nascent requirements of the clinicians in the areas of dermatology conducting aesthetic procedures.
... American Society of Dermatologic Surgery Board of Directors, International Society of Dermatologic and Aesthetic Surgery Medical Director, Skinfiniti Aesthetic and Laser Clinic Mumbai, Maharashtra, India CO-EDITOR Maya Vedamurthy ...
Author: Jaishree Sharad
Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
This book is a comprehensive guide to aesthetic dermatology for clinicians and trainees. Divided into four sections, the text begins with discussion on cosmeceuticals (moisturisers, sunscreens, anti-aging products etc). The next section covers Botulinum Toxin (Botox) treatments, and section three examines soft tissue augmentation such as facial fillers and hand rejuvenation. The final chapters discuss adjunctive treatments including basic peels, thread lift, laser hair removal, microneedling and body contouring. Each procedure is described in detail, along with its advantages and disadvantages. The book is highly illustrated with nearly 600 clinical photographs, diagrams and tables, and features access to videos demonstrating cosmetic procedures. Key points Comprehensive guide to aesthetic dermatology Each procedure explained in detail with advantages and disadvantages Highly illustrated with clinical photographs, diagrams and tables Includes access to videos demonstrating cosmetic procedures