Membership of the British Naturopathic Association is automatically granted to full members of the General Council and Register of Naturopaths (GCRN). Contact us today to find our how you can join.
Full members receive the following:
Support with pertinent literature and therapy leaflets
Authorisation to use the designation MBNA (member of the British Naturopathic Association)
Professional indemnity insurance facility for members
Discounted annual CPD events and post-graduate study days for members and students
An annual conference to bring together members
Mentorship programmes with established practitioner for members and students
Promotion of Naturopathy locally, nationally and internationally
Regular Updates from GCRN Council on Developments in the Profession, including Legal Issues and New Research
A Membership E-Certificate which is Renewed Annually
Access to Online Evidence-Based Webinars
Online Journal (coming soon) and monthly E-Newsletters
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Call our team today to discuss joining the British Naturopathic Association
As a member of the World Naturopathic Federation, our standards are the highest in education. Those educated to a level 6/7 in Naturopathic Medicine or another level 6/7 discipline with a Diploma in Naturopathic automatically qualify for professional memberships of the General Council and Register of Naturopaths (GCRN), and granted to use the titles Registered Naturopath, or Doctor of Naturopathy.
To increase public awareness, knowledge and understanding of complementary, traditional and natural healthcare.
To raise issues in integrated healthcare with government and other bodies.
Authorisation to use the title Associate Naturopath
To provide information on complementary, traditional and natural healthcare to decision-makers and the media.
To promote the benefits to public health of greater provision, integration and availability of complementary, traditional and natural healthcare.
To develop co-ordinated strategies to help patients access accurate information on integrated healthcare.
To champion patients’ rights to access and choose complementary, traditional and natural healthcare.
To assist patients in voicing support for wider provision of complementary, traditional and natural healthcare within the NHS.
To empower the public to share responsibility for their own health and wellbeing.
To encourage whole-person, individualised healthcare.
To advocate collaboration with conventional Western healthcare professionals.
To support the development of a robust and appropriate evidence base.