15 May 2020

Guidelines for practitioners: when is it ok to offer face to face sessions?

by editor-admin

The answer remains: not until further notice! CNHC, also known as the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, has issued guidance for all registered complementary practitioners, including all members of The Healing Trust. It says: "Current guidance remains in place – face-to-face consultations and ‘hands-on’ therapies for the disciplines we register cannot take place until further notice. Those of our Registrants who are able to, should continue to work remotely. We will be monitoring further Government announcements closely and will keep you informed.   "In the meantime we are working on return to practice guidance for our Registrants, so that you can start to prepare for practising face to face when this can finally go ahead."

Healers are of course in a good position to work remotely, both through distant healing methods and also through screen consultations using platforms such as Zoom, Skype, WhatsApp, FaceTime or simply over the phone.

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