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What does the CNHC quality mark mean?

CNHC registered practitioners are able to display the quality mark on their registration certificate, in their place of work and on promotional literature such as leaflets, headed notepaper and on their website. The CNHC quality mark provides an independent seal of approval to well-qualified, responsible professionals in the complementary healthcare field.

The CNHC quality mark is a guarantee that registrants meet national standards of practice in their work . This gives confidence to members of the public, employers and other healthcare providers.

To see the standards that all CNHC registered practitioners must meet check the Criteria for Entry to the CNHC Register

You can search the CNHC Register here: Search the CNHC Register

CNHC News

Job Opportunity for Nutritional Therapists at BCNH College of Nutrition & Health BCNH College of Nutrition & Health is currently seeking Academic & Clinical tutors to work part-time more >
UCLH in London seeks volunteer complementary therapist University College London Hospitals (UCLH) NHS Foundation Trust seeks complementary therapist volunteer more >
Volunteer Opportunity at Macmillan Centre in London Macmillan Centre, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust seeks volunteer complementary therapists more >
NICE Guideline Call for evidence NICE Guideline Call for evidence - End of life care for adults in the last year of life: Service delivery more >
Volunteer Opportunity at Barts Health in London Barts Health, London seeks complementary therapists for volunteer role more >

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Search the Register

To find a local complementary therapist, enter your own postcode or town/city and select how many miles from there that you want to search.

You can narrow your search by selecting a particular type of therapy from the drop down list.

Alternatively you can search for a therapist by name.