As a non-profit unregulated CNMCO is the Canadian Natural Medicine Corporation of Ontario.
The goal of our Association is to support some issue or matter of private interest or public concern such as the arts, charities, education, politics, religion, research, or some other endeavour for non-commercial purposes. There are different legal statuses for nonprofits, one of them being a 501(c) (3) and Section 402 of the Not-For-Profit Corporation Law.
The Canadian Natural Medicine Corporation of Ontario (CNMCO) is a self regulated professional Association institution whose function is to serve and protect the general public by ensuring CNMCO members have the highest quality education and provide safe, effective and ethical management.
ACTIVITIES OF THE ORGANIZATION
We promote and protect the interests of the CNMCO Members and conserve the rights of those engaged in Natural Medicine, Holistic Medicine, Lymph Massage Therapy, Acupressure, Reflexology, Aromatherapy and Reiki. In addition, we also promote uniformity in usage and custom of natural therapy.
We provide Education and Training about Canadian Natural Medicine Corporation of Ontario Holistic Practitioners Treatment Programs.
The modalities practiced:
Natural Medicine and Nutrition Counseling,
Non-invasive Lymph Massage Therapy
Non-invasive Rhythmic Light Touch Therapy
we promote the maintenance and improvement of the qualifications and standards of each therapy mentioned above, and Research and development and dissemination of treatment technologies.
-To protect the mutual interests of the general public and CNMCO members.
-To promote public education and awareness of complementary, alternative and holistic medicine, allowing the general public to make informed choices and actively participate in the improvement of health.
-To maintain, develop, improve and enhance the business standards, practices and ethics of those engaged in the practice of holistic medicine.
-To encourage ongoing professional education for members through scientific research, teaching methodology and faculty development.
-To hold, conduct and organize meetings, discussions, conferences and forums on current issues, trends and developments in holistic medicine.
-To acquire, assemble, preserve and disseminate valuable business information essential for the adequate conduct of those engaged in the practice of holistic medicine.
-To restrict the provision of counseling services to instruction, advice, support, encouragement or information to individuals, families, and relational groups, provided that this shall not include the diagnosis or treatment of mental, emotional, nervous, or behavioural disorders.
-To provide complementary, alternative and holistic service to the general public for the enjoyment of health and wellness, a fundamental right of every human being.
-To promote and protect the interests and conserve the rights of those engaged in Natural Medicine and Incidental Businesses.
-To support persons engaged in the practice and study of complementary, alternative and holistic medicine.
-To promote the maintenance and improvement of the qualifications and standards of the Natural Medicine practice.
-To promote uniformity in usage and custom.
-To provide education and training in Natural Medicine and related topics.
-To ensure all complementary and alternative medical institutions, offering botanical education follow the highest standards in safety and effectiveness, based on a scientific database providing students with information about all known adverse reactions, side effects, nutrient depletion and the recommended dosages and administration.