Professional Practice

We pride ourselves in working to the highest standards across all areas of holistic health and nutritional practice, addressing a range of health problems. These include:

  1. to provide safe holistic nutritional therapy through and an individually tailored approach
  2. to treat the person as a whole, not just their individual symptoms
  3. to take into account a persons' emotional, physical and mental factors
  4. to use accurate methods of diagnosis
  5. to enable clients to gain a deeper understanding of health and wellbeing
  6. for practitioners to be an instrument of healing and a facilitator in the healing process
  7. to aspire to make a difference to clients' quality of life

In addition we pay particular attention to environmental factors such as:

Making a complaint

If you believe that an AHNP practitioner has breached any of these rules then you may make a formal complaint. Any complaints regarding the failure of an AHNP Member to uphold these standards must be emailed to the AHNP Membership Office.


1. The complainant must give full details of the alleged breach.

2. A full mailing address must be given.

Please note that full details of your complaint will be made known to the therapist so that they can answer the allegations. 

For further information

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AHNP Standards

Our standards are intended as a guide to excellence in professional conduct and practice. Members voluntarily agree to abide by these standards and any amendments or additions that may be made in the future.

Our members

All Members and Student Members are required to follow strict Standards which can be summarised as follows:

  1. to act in the best interests of clients and treat them with respect
  2. to be ethical and holistic in their approach to healthcare and clients
  3. to be responsible and professional
  4. to practice within the limits of their competence
  5. to maintain confidentiality
  6. to maintain and develop their knowledge and skills



“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”

Hyppocrates (460-377BC)