FAQs - Practitioners
What makes the ANPA different and why should I join?
The Australian Naturopathic Practitioners Association is solely devoted to naturopaths and the issues that affect them. We are the leading voice for naturopaths in Australia. Since 1975 we have supported the issues relating to naturopathy in Australia. The ANPA committee is democratically elected from the membership. All committee members making decisions that affect you are in practice themselves. They have first-hand experience and understand the issues that may be affecting you on a daily basis in your practice. We continue to be the voice for naturopaths in ...
Many additional benefits include: ANPA website with discussion board, Professional naturopathy journal, ANPA e-Newsletter keeps you up to date with current issues, reduced rates at ANPA educational workshops, special section in the e-newsletter for student naturopaths, ANPA chapter meetings etc.
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Is the ANPA a national association?
Yes, we have ANPA members in all states across Australia.
Is there anything to support me financially as a newly graduated naturopath just setting up my practice?
Please contact the ANPA office for more specific details.
How competitive is the pricing you offer for Professional Indemnity Insurance?
Fees are comparable in the marketplace. See more details on the downloadable membership application.
I am student naturopath, what benefits will I get if I join the ANPA?
If there are issues that you feel we should be aware of please contact the office.
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I am a full member naturopath of another association, does ANPA has a level of membership that I can apply for?
Yes, we have a special category of membership “Secondary Member” that entitles a full naturopath member of another association to join ANPA at significantly reduced rates. The full membership of the other association must be verified in applying for this category. The benefits you would access would be all those of a full member except you would not have any voting rights.