Your Resource For Oncology Esthetics Training in the US

Oncology Spa Solutions® is your premier destination for top-quality oncology spa training, resources, and programs tailored to meet the unique needs of high-risk clients. We are committed to providing unparalleled training for individuals aspiring to work in medical, wellness, and cancer centers, as well as those seeking comprehensive knowledge and skills in caring for clients in their current practice.
 
Founder and course creator, Becky Kuehn, is a cancer survivor with 15 years of experience working with cancer patients and 13 years of educating others in the field. She brings expertise and compassion that will empower and equip you with the expertise you need.

Do you feel comfortable caring for clients undergoing cancer treatments?

When someone is living with a cancer diagnosis or experiencing the effects of treatment, there are days when nothing feels as great as a trip to the spa. There’s only one problem:  Not every spa or salon has the expertise to care for this special group of clients.  You may not know what will help, what might hurt or what could be dangerous.

…that’s where we come in.

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Find Out What Our Graduates Think Of Our Oncology Spa Solutions® Training U.S.

“I really, really enjoyed learning all the oncology aesthetics info. I felt it was very informative, especially since I have watched my aunt & mom, both, go through breast cancer & treatments.”

“Just completed the online course. I was pleasantly surprised by the class. Not only were the written materials and samples excellent, but your presentation for an online class was professionally presented and the best online course I’ve taken in 35 years of business.”

“Becky’s classes are so much more than how to do an oncology facial. They are jam packed with information!” 

“Every esthetician course should include Becky’s oncology training. it is really important for us all to support these clients and care for them safely.”

FAQs About Our Oncology Esthetics Training

To begin, please peruse our Esthetic Training Courses. By signing up online, we will provide you with all the necessary instructions to get you registered.  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us using the Contact Us or the Chat box. Our team will be happy to discuss your options and will guide you through the process.

Each course’s theory section is conveniently available online, allowing you to complete it comfortably from your own home at your own pace. Our hands-on clinics, either as part of Option #1 or separately added, are held at various locations throughout the United States. These in-person sessions are the vital component that ties everything together, providing practical, hands-on experience.

Yes, our online course, “Life-Changing Oncology Esthetics,” is designed to meet the needs of both spa and medical professionals. You start with the basic course and then choose from a range of relevant Addendums to expand your expertise in a particular modality. We provide Addendums in several fields, including nails, hair, wigs, makeup, massage, med-spas, and end-of-life care, which are priced at $147 each. These Addendums will be available starting in August 2023.

Once you have completed the course, exam, and Case Study ZOOM call, you will receive a certificate of completion, and be able to call yourself “oncology-trained”. For example: Licensed Esthetician, Oncology-Trained or Licensed Cosmetologist, Oncology-Trained, etc.

Oncology-trained means that you have attended a min. 16 hr. specialized training, undergoing a comprehensive examination, to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to work with someone who has cancer.

When done, you will need to know the following: effects of cancer on the body and the mind, sanitation measures, the side effects of surgery, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, radiation therapy and modifications for treatment based on each clients’ specific needs. Modifications include but not limited to positioning on the bed, when/where to prop, when to adjust pressure, direction and speed. Safe product and equipment choices and how to care for typical skin conditions. When to/not to treat and understanding neutropenia, anemia, thrombocytopenia, neuropathy, metastasis, dermal toxicity, existing or risk of lymphedema, existing or risk of blood clots, compromised organ function, medication and anti-cancer drug agents/side-effects and fragile or unstable tissues, scar treatments, palliative and end-of-life care.