About the CNHC
CNHC is the UK regulator for complementary healthcare practitioners.
The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) began registration of practitioners in 2010. Its key function is to enhance public protection by giving the general public and commissioners of services access to a list of practitioners that have been assessed as meeting national standards of competence and practice.
The Department of Health recommends that members of the public consult with CNHC-registered practitioners, where CNHC registers the professional discipline concerned.Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council
How to Register with the CNHC
All UKCHO Member Organisations have been approved by the CNHC to verify applications for registration and we do encourage members to register.
To apply for registration please visit the CNHC Registration guidelines page.
You may also find out more about the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council by calling 020 3668 0406 or visiting www.cnhc.org.uk
“With a unified Register of Members, patients and members of the public would then have a single, reliable point of reference for standards, and would be protected against the risk of poorly-trained practitioners and have redress for poor service”.
(House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology Report on CAM’).