Welcome to UK Healers
UK Healers is the largest voluntary self-regulating body for Energy Healers, Spiritual Healers and Energy Therapists in the UK.
Since its formation in 1999 as a voluntary self-regulating body for Spiritual Healers in the UK, UK Healers has made considerable progress against its aims and continues to grow from strength to strength.
What we do
The central purpose of UK Healers is:
- To facilitate safe, appropriate and effective practice of Healing to the public by registered practitioners.
- Ongoing accreditation of courses.
- To maintain a register of Healers who belong to our member organisations whose standards of training and professional conduct meet UK Healers’ high standards.
- To promote and make aware to the Government, general public, and other opinion formers the value of properly qualified Healers and the value of Healing itself.
- To co-operate with like minded groups for the greater good in an ethical manner.
- To be the verifying body for Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).
- Work with Confederation of Healing Organisatios (CHO) continuing to be the Joint Lead Body for Healing, Skills for Health, the General Regulatory Council for Complementary Therapies (GRCCT), the British Holistic Medical Association (BHMA), the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).
- Work with CHO as the joint lead body on the development of the Core Curriculum currently in draft from
At this time, UK Healers is the most significant representative body and has the largest proportion of healers in the UK.
Our vision is clear and simple:
- To raise the standard of healing throughout the healing movement
- To take our place and be widely known as a non-denominational benchmark for quality with Government, general public and other opinion formers, Healers and their organisations.
- To be known as an effective regulator for Healers whether voluntary or professional.
- To see healing much more widely accepted, understood and used and take its rightful place in the healthcare provision of the UK.