Craniosacral therapy is a type of complementary therapy that involves using a light touch on the body to support overall wellbeing. They are not subject to statutory regulation but can join a register that is accredited by the PSA. This ensures that they meet high standards set by their register.
The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) is a voluntary regulator of complementary healthcare practitioners. They were established with Department of Health funding and support and their key purpose is to protect the public.
The FHT is a professional association for therapists and has been committed to developing and promoting high standards in therapy training and practice for more than 55 years. It runs the largest Accredited Register of complementary therapists independently approved by the Professional Standards Authority, covering 17 different therapies that can be used safely alongside standard medical care.