We are confident you will find our registration and membership package the best value on the market!
There are no hidden costs – the membership fee includes a comprehensive insurance package and you can choose to pay monthly or quarterly by direct debit at no extra charge.
- a one off registration fee of £65
(or £95 if you qualified from a Society recognised course before 2004)
- a special introductory annual membership fee of £239 including insurance cover
(fees can be paid in instalments either monthly or quarterly at no extra charge)
Your registration fee includes:
- an Introductory Workshop incorporating business and practice advice
- constructive feedback on your CPD plan
- an extra meeting if you qualified before 2004
Your annual membership fee includes all of the following benefits!
UK Registered members receive the following direct and indirect benefits of membership with the Society.
- Medical malpractice, public/product liability insurance up to £5M
- Free 24-hour practice related, legal and counselling helplines
- Additional insurance benefits: personal accident insurance, professional legal protection, cover for additional therapies and supervising students
- Patient referrals via on-line register web search
- Development of professional standards
- Promotion of members’ high standards of education and training
- Promotion of homeopathy and Registered members in UK press and media
- Collaborative working with other homeopathic organisations for the protection of the profession for the future
- Marketing materials and advice
- Quarterly Journal – The Homeopath
- Yellow pages – Registered members can take advantage of our longstanding corporate advertising agreement with Yellow Pages
- Networking opportunities through Local group meetings
- Free access to the FirstClass Mail intranet
- Access to wealth of resources on Member only section of website
- Discounted rates for Society Conferences and Seminars
- Research promotion and information
- Continuing Professional Development programme
- Support in developing your practice, including working in the NHS