Tina Sinclair Clinical Director
MBIAE CRPE CGLI HND BABTAC AET
Trans electrolysis specialist
Cosmetic blemish treatments
Tina qualified with distinction in electrolysis permanent hair removal nearly 25 years ago, discovering a true passion which has remained with her to this day. She then furthered her training and achieved another distinction in post-graduate advanced electrolysis, a specialised method of treatment which treats cosmetic blemishes. For many years Tina was the Scottish National Trainer for Sterex Electrolysis International Ltd. She also co-judged their coveted Sterex student of the year award. She was the consultant trainer for their Transgender Electrolysis course which she helped to pioneer. The bulk of her work is pre & post operative face & donor site transgender electrolysis. She also carries out pre & post skin graft hair removal on behalf of the NHS. Tina is proud to be a member of The British Institute & Association of Electrolysis (BIAE)
Kitty originally qualified in Swedish Massage in 2009, following this Reflexology and starting her journey as a massage therapist. After starting with the Clinic in 2018 she rediscovered her love of working with skin and undertook the relevant qualifications. Soon discovering that she found aesthetics fascinating she’s recently completed her AlumierMD Pro training. Working with Tina also ignited an interest in electrolysis. Her training and mentoring is now completed and she’s looking forward to the wide array of treatments she can now offer.
BA (hons) Psy D.Hyp
Connie completed an Honours Degree in Psychology in 1992 followed by several years working in management for the aviation industry, where she also completed a Commercial Pilot’s Licence. Connie then studied Clinical Hypnotherapy with The London College of Clinical Hypnosis and obtained her Diploma. After a long standing interest in Bulimia (an area she had researched at University) she completed a Diploma in Counselling for Eating Disorders with National Centre for Eating Disorders in London. Connie’s 12 years in aviation has lent itself to a particular interest in flying phobias; her university years led her to further study in eating disorders; and her passion for the game of squash combined with the fact that she lives with a former Olympic skier has sparked her studies in sports performance. This led to a masterclass with John Edgette – a renowned sports performance consultant and hypnotherapist in the US. Connie is a member of The British Psychological Society and The British Society of Clinical Hypnosis who have a very strict Code of Ethics which is available for inspection at consultations. Client confidentiality is always assured.