If you are a practitioner looking for a well respected umbrella organisation with years of experience and a voice in CAM,
or a member of the public looking to find out more about complementary therapies
the BCMA can offer help and advice click on the link above which best matches your needs
The BCMA is the international umbrella organisation for the benefit of therapists and their clients.
The BCMA ...
validates therapies and their standards of training in accordance with its codes of ethics and discipline
shares ideas and resources and encourages freedom of expression.
supports safe and well founded regulatory parameters
protects the holistic values of complementary therapies.
is led by volunteer therapists to ensure our decisions are for YOUR benefit
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is sharing a COVID-19 update.
IMPORTANT - Can you work while the current lockdown is in effect?
Our advice remains the same as previously stated - check with your Local Health Authority and your insurer even when you think you qualify to continue working under the rules!
If you do get told you can work make sure you get everything in writing to protect yourself from possible prosecution.
The BCMA are proud to be a founder member of
the Integrated Healthcare Collaborative.
The Integrated Healthcare Collaborative (IHC) is a collection of leading professional associations and stakeholders within complementary, traditional and natural healthcare, working together on common areas of interest, to increase access to these therapies, promote greater integration with conventional Western medicine, and improve patient outcomes.
General Data Protection Regulations
With effect from the 25 May 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulations come into force.
BCMA is the data controller for the personal information you provide to the Association.
The Association's data protection officer can be contacted at email@example.com.
Information provided to the Association will initially be used to administer your membership entitlement and benefits.
Personal data held within the Association to enable you to access services as part of your BCMA Membership. BCMA will not share your data with any other third parties unless required or permitted to do so by law.
For further information about how BCMA uses your personal data, including your rights as a data subject, please see our privacy notice HERE