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CNNTennessee is the latest state to require hairstylists to complete domestic violence training
The Washington PostTennessee requires domestic violence training for cosmetologists. This hairdresser made it happen.
NPRNew Tennessee Law Will Require Hairstylists To Recognize Signs Of Domestic Violence
New York PostSalon workers will get domestic violence training thanks to new law
POPSUGARA New Law Requires Beauty Pros Get Trained on Spotting Signs of Domestic Abuse
EssenceNew Tennessee Law Requires Hairstylists To Complete Domestic Violence Training
AJ+This salon owner is training her staff to spot signs of domestic violence.
WATE-TVHair stylists receiving training to fight domestic violence under new law

Shear Haven’s International Impact

Thanks to our partnership with BARBICIDE, our Shear Haven program has reached beauty professionals in 100+ different countries around the world. As of October 2020, more than 100,000+ individuals have taken the training. We’ve also partnered with industry leaders in Ireland and the United Kingdom to help educate practitioners there. The initiative is having a tremendous impact overseas.

Independent UKHairdressers and beauty therapists to be trained to spot signs of domestic abuse
European Spa MagazineUK launch for Shear Haven’s anti-domestic violence therapist training
Scratch Magazine UKShear Haven launches anti-domestic violence training for nail & beauty salons
Hairdresser’s Journey InternationalNew Course Helps Hairdressers Spot The Signs of Domestic Violence
Irish Daily MailHairdressers to be trained to spot domestic abuse victims
EvokeHairdressers and beauticians to be trained to spot domestic abuse victims
Oh My MagHairdressers and beauty therapists to be trained to detect domestic violence
Professional Beauty IrelandDomestic violence salon training initiative launches in Ireland
Professional Beauty UKNew training helps salons identify the signs of domestic violence on clients
Virgin Radio UKHairdressers and beauticians can be trained how to identify domestic abuse cases
Heart UKHairdressers and beauty therapists set to be trained to spot signs of domestic abuse
Irish BeautySheer Haven domestic abuse training comes to Ireland
Associated Beauty TherapistsSheer Haven domestic abuse training comes to UK

Professional Beauty Industry

Behindthechair.comHow to Talk to Your Clients About Domestic Violence
Behindthechair.comBARBICIDE® & Nashville Nonprofit Team Up to Cut Out Domestic Violence
Modern SalonShear Haven Celebrates Two Years of Domestic Violence Training
The TeaseThe Beauty Industry vs. Domestic Violence – A Mental Health Series
Salon EvoTennessee Beauty Professionals Required by Law to Help Sufferers of Domestic Abuse

Local / Tennessee

Main Street NashvilleSurvivor, salon owner behind new law requiring domestic violence training for hairstylists
NewsChannel 5Tennessee salon workers now required to take domestic violence training
Nashville NPRTeaching Tennessee Hair Stylists And Barbers To Spot The Signs Of Domestic Violence
StyleBlueprintThe Surprising Way Hairdressers Are Helping Nashville Women
Fox 17 Nashville‘You are not alone’ How domestic abuse survivors are offering help to fellow victims
Nashville WKRN-News 2New bill requires domestic violence education training for licensed cosmetologists and barbers
NfocusModel Behavior: Susanne Post
ABC24 MemphisHairstylists, barbers required to know signs of domestic violence
Bristol Herald Courier Barber, salons now watch for domestic abuse
WAFF-TVNew Tennessee law requires licensed hair professionals to take anti-domestic violence training
WATE-TVNew rules for hairstylists helps fight domestic violence