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SMTO has a non-discrimination policy. This means that we look objectively at how, when and where you trained, how you were assessed, and what you are trained in. We do have a minimum standard criteria. If for any reason you don’t yet meet these, we can help you achieve these goals resulting in full SMTO membership. Full details are in the ‘join’ page.

We have an annual subscription for membership that can be paid through your membership login, by completing our membership forms on this site, by bank transfer, or by contacting our admin office.

Yes, with one of the most affordable organisation membership fees across the UK, SMTO not only provides value for money, but offers a wealth of member discounts and affiliate schemes so you can continue to learn without breaking the bank!

Yes. SMTO has student memberships for those training with SQA Colleges in Scotland.

No. The Complementary and Integrated Health Profession across the UK is an unregulated profession. This means that it is entirely up to you if you wish to join any member association. However, SMTO can provide you with support throughout your therapy career from like-minded therapists. SMTO membership can also include your professional indemnity insurance making membership financially beneficial.

The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) was set up in 2012 as a voluntary register for  unregulated Complementary Healthcare Professions across the UK. However, healthcare is a devolved responsibility and Scottish Government does not formally recognise the CNHC. It leaves that responsibility to the various Health Boards across Scotland. This means that it is your choice if you wish to join CNHC.

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