Find a naturopath and view profiles of all naturopaths registered to practise in Ontario on our Public Register.
If you have a complaint or concern about a naturopath, it is important we know about it so we can take any corrective steps that may be needed. Find out more about submitting a complaint here.
Naturopaths use natural therapies to support and stimulate healing processes. They are highly trained, regulated professionals and must meet and maintain comprehensive standards in order to practice.
In Ontario, the public has the right to receive safe, competent and ethical naturopathic care. We invite you to find out more about us.
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To practise naturopathy in Ontario, you must be registered with the College of Naturopaths of Ontario. The College establishes the entry-to-practise requirements for safe, competent ethical practise of naturopathic care.
NDs are responsible for practising naturopathy in compliance with all relevant laws, regulations and standards, and are expected to engage in life long learning. Stay informed with CONO.
COVID-19 Information for naturopaths
Prescribing Standard, Course & Exam
IVIT Inspection Program
Regulation and Legislation
Quality Assurance / CE
The College and You Video Series
Read the new Telepractice Guideline & revised Standard of Practice for Infection Control.
Learn about the College's Patient Relations Committee and its sexual abuse program, including Guides for patients and NDs.
COVID-19 Reopening Guidelines for NDs, FAQs, resources and more.
REMINDER: Registration renewal fees must be paid by September 30 at 5 p.m. EDT and CPR certification must be current as of that date too.
Need help filing a complaint? Our new Complaints Process infographic outlines the course of a complaint from start to finish.