http:initiative/ (PRWEB UK) 6 December 2012 -- One year on from the PIP implants scandal, and with cosmetic surgeons facing calls for tighter regulation, a new initiative promises to shake up the industry.
Respected psychotherapist Norman Wright has launched a bold scheme that will address the psychology behind cosmetic surgery. Cosmetic surgeons are not Norman’s main target however – he’s more interested in aiding the patients themselves.
The PaPPS Initiative, an innovative new programme from The Wright Initiative(TWI), will offer patients one-to-one support, both before and after treatment. What impact will cosmetic surgery have on the patient’s emotional, relational and psychological wellbeing, and are they prepared – mentally and physically – for the changes that lie ahead?
Demonstrating that beauty is more than skin deep, Norman Wright’s timely initiative could benefit the thousands of patients who seek cosmetic treatment every year in the UK. Specially-devised focal sessions are to be held in TWI’s Nottingham and Harley Street clinics as part of the scheme. During a 60-minute assessment, the patient will attain the peace of mind that comes from knowing their emotional welfare is being cared for.
The psychology behind cosmetic surgery will be assessed by TWI as part of the PaPPS Initiative – Pre- and Post-Procedure Therapeutic Support. This programme will ensure that patients are mentally prepared for cosmetic surgery and that they are ready for the changes that surgery will engender.
For cosmetic surgeons, the PaPPS Initiative will be welcomed, for it provides an added safeguard, ensuring that patients who elect for surgery are completely comfortable with their decision. Surgeons who recommend the PaPPS Initiative will demonstrate that they have their patients’ wellbeing at heart and will further bolster the industry’s reputation for safety and post-operative support.
For more information about the PaPPS Initiative, contact TWI on 0115 8890 330 or email enquiries(at)thewrightinitiative(dot)com