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There are a number of homeopathic associations offering accreditation and settings quality standards for their membership. When seeking the assistance of a homeopath, it is advisable to choose a registered practitioner showing letters of qualification after their name. You can, if you wish, carry out further research to check credentials by visiting the website of the accrediting society or association, and checking their membership records. If you would like to contact a homeopath, practices can be found in Nottingham, Bromley and Blandford Forum.
Although many people visit homeopaths as private patients, you may also find that your GP can refer you to a qualified homeopath, although this is at the discretion of the individual GP and Primary Care Trust. In the UK, current NHS policy does not currently recommend or prohibit referrals, leaving it to local PCT disretion, which is the same policy as for most complementary therapies. Unfortunately we do not have records of which homeopaths have received patients through GP referral. Homeopaths can however be contacted in Brighton, Veterinary Somerset and Alopecia.
Another avenue for the funding of a course of homeopathy is private health insurers. Not all insurers do cover homeopathy, but a number of them do, and not always with the requirement for initial GP assessment and referral. If you want to check whether your insurance company covers homeopathy, you may contact them directly, or you may contact any of the leading homeopathic associations who will keep records. Homeopaths in the following areas may have experience of private health insurance patients, Homeopathic, Twickenham and Exeter.
The advantage of a GP referral or private health insurance route is that they may assist you in finding a fully registered homeopath, operating professionally and carrying public liability insurance. If you are contacting a homeopath directly, it is advisable to check that they are registered and insured. Homeopaths in the following areas should be registered and insured, but it is always better to check: