Anthroposophic Medicine UK

CAHSC and the Regulation of Anthroposophic Health and Social Care

Anthroposophic Health and Social Care in the UK has both a voluntary regulator (CAHSC) and a coordinating umbrella body or medical section organisation (AHaSC).

The Council for Anthroposophic Health & Social Care (CAHSC) is the voluntary regulator for the anthroposophic health and social care professions in the UK and Ireland. They set standards and maintain a register of members.

CAHSC  standards CAHSC register
CAHSC standards describe the behaviour and competencies expected of anthroposophic health and social care professionals. The CAHSC register allows members of the public and employers to identify anthroposophic health and social care professionals whose practice meets our standards

We encourage all anthrohealth and social care professionals for register with the Council for Anthroposophic Health and Social Care (CAHSC).

We recommend that members of the public use practitioners who are registered with the CAHSC and who display the international quality mark for anthromedicine: AnthroMed.

This helps ensure that  a practitioner has the knowledge, skills, character and health to practise safely and competently as a professional in anthroposophic health or social care.

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For Anthroposophic Practitioners 

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Anthroposophic Medicine UK is an online platform for Anthroposophic Health and Social Care Professionals in the UK supported by the Anthroposophic Medical Association.