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The Bowen Therapists' European Register (BTER) is an independent,
professional association of Bowen Therapy practitioners. BTER maintains a list of qualified Bowen practitioners for the general public.
Full members are accredited therapists who have passed a stringent practical and written examination with certificates in Anatomy & Physiology and First Aid. They also abide by a strict Code of Conduct and Ethics and are committed to ongoing training.
The European College of Bowen Studies, run by Julian Baker and Louise Atwill, has been instrumental in the introduction and widespread success of The Bowen Technique in the UK and Europe.
E.C.B.S. is registered with/member of: BCMA, IGPP, ALTT; and has professional links with the FHT and the College of Chiropractors for the purpose of maintaining high training and practice standards in the Bowen Technique. E.C.B.S. training is recognised for membership in the Bowen Therapy European Register (BTER).
The Bowen Forum is the umbrella organisation that has been established jointly by the Bowen Therapists’ European Register (BTER), the Bowen Association UK (BAUK) and the Bowen Practitioners’ Association (BPA).
The aims of the Forum are:
The Forum is facilitated by The Prince's Foundation for Integrated Health (PFIH), which supports the complementary healthcare professions in developing robust systems of voluntary self-regulation.
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