Welcome to the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)

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CNHC was established with government support to regulate the following complementary therapies: Alexander Technique teaching; Aromatherapy; Bowen Therapy; Craniosacral Therapy; Healing; Hypnotherapy; Massage Therapy; Microsystems Acupuncture; Naturopathy; Nutritional Therapy; Reflexology; Reiki; Shiatsu; Sports Therapy; Yoga Therapy

Our key purpose is to protect the public. The Department of Health has recommended that, where CNHC registers the complementary therapists in question, you consult with someone who is CNHC registered.

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Election Results - Massage Therapy PSB The election process for Massage Therapy Profession Specific Board (PSB) members has now finished more >
Kingston Natural Health Centre seeks CNHC registered practitioners The Kingston Natural Health Centre is seeking CNHC registered practitioners to expand its current friendly team more >
The Disability Foundation (TDF) seeks volunteer complementary therapists The Disability Foundation in London is looking for CNHC registered practitioners to provide complementary therapies for disabled people and their carers on a voluntary basis. more >
CNHC Register opens to Craniosacral Therapy Craniosacral Therapy practitioners who meet the CNHC criteria for entry to the register will be able to apply for admission to the register from 3rd December 2012 more >
Vacancies for CNHC registered practitioners at Neal's Yard Remedies Therapy Rooms Neal's Yard Remedies invites self-employed CNHC registered practitioners to work from their shop-based Therapy Rooms in Bristol, St Albans and York more >

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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.