Accreditation by and affiliation with ‘external bodies’ are a great compliment to any school or college. Here you will find a list of ‘independent accrediting bodies’ who approve and accredit our courses in the UK and around the World. Many of their membership packages include referrals to insurance companies for ‘Practitioner Liability Insurance.’

ICHM – The International College of Holistic Medicine

All of the courses offered by The School of Natural Health Sciences (SNHS) are accredited by the I.C.H.M. Membership of The International College of Holistic Medicine is open to all SNHS Graduates.
Their membership package includes referral to insurance companies for Public Liability Insurance cover, for your work as a therapist. Members may use the additional letters M.I.C.H.M. after their name.
The S.N.H.S. is a member of the International College Of Holistic Medicine. This means that the Diplomas we issue are ACCREDITED by the I.C.H.M., entitling you to work as a therapist. Your Diploma will clearly show this accreditation.
Visit the ICHM website

International College of Holistic Medicine

AADP – The American Association of Drugless Practitioners

All our courses are accredited by the A.A.D.P. International Graduates may also apply for membership of the A.A.D.P. Approved Courses since May 2007.
“The American Association of Drugless Practitioners Certification & Accreditation Board has granted The School of Natural Health Sciences full board professional accreditation and certification. Your school’s curriculum fully meets our accreditation board’s educational requirements, and should give your students a thorough knowledge of courses set-forth by the Institute. Graduates of your school will be eligible to apply to be board certified holistic health practitioners through the AADP.”
Visit the AADP website

AADP Accreditation Certificate 2017

PHPA – Professional Hypnotherapy Practitioners Association

Our Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy/Psychotherapy and Advanced Past Life Therapy courses are approved by the ‘Professional Hypnotherapy Practitioner Association’. Graduates of such approved courses may apply for membership of the PHPA. The PHPA was founded in 1998. Steve Armstrong DHP Acc.Hyp (Distinction).

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Professional Hypnotherapy Practitioner Association

Member of British Holistic Medical Association (BHMA)

The BHMA was formed in 1983 with the mission to educate doctors, medical students, allied health professionals and members of the general public in the principles and practice of holistic medicine.

The BHMA is an open association of mainstream healthcare professionals, CAM Practitioners and members of the public who want to adopt a more holistic approach in their own life and work.

Please note that the BHMA does not endorse, accredit or recommend individual practitioners, organisations or learning establishments. You can apply for membership by visiting the BHMA website

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