Naturopathic Nutrition Association (NNA)
The NNA, is a professional association for Nutritional Therapists who practise in accordance with naturopathic principles.
Their role is to support naturopathic nutrition in order to protect the safety and well-being of the public, and to provide the public with a Register of professionally trained, capable and insured Naturopathic Nutritional Therapists and Nutritional Therapists.
Association for Naturopathic Practitioners (ANP)
The ANP is a professional association representing Naturopathic Therapists. It offers safe, competent, well trained professionals for members of the public.
The ANP is internationally connected and in touch with the politics of health and the safeguarding of natural therapies. All ANP members have had to have undertaken an accredited course and abide to the ANP code of ethics to be accepted into the association.
Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)
The CNHC is the UK register for complementary healthcare practitioners that was set up in 2008 with government funding and support. Our key purpose is to protect the public.
We hold a UK register of complementary health practitioners who have met UK standards. CNHC registrants work in private practice, the NHS and a wide range of other health and care settings.
General Naturopathic Council (GNP)
The GNC is the regulator for Naturopathy in the UK. To be a competent Naturopath, a practitioner must have completed a standard and amount of training. GNC is the body that ensures Naturopaths have completed this standard of training and agree to abide by a strict code of conduct and ethics.
The aims of the GNC are:
*To maintain high standards and fitness to practice
*To maintain high standards of education
*To act as a resource for people seeking well qualified practitioners.