001. up at providencejournal.com, there's "Health Matters: Week of Dec. 3" (2017-12-02) which states:
"Rhode Island Association of Naturopathic Physicians fundraiser, Flatbread Co., 161 Cushing St., Providence. Tuesday, Dec. 5, 5 to 9 p.m. The RIANP will receive a donated percentage of every pizza ordered in-house, or for takeout or home delivery. Additionally, the RIANP will host a raffle with health-related prizes, including Bowen bodywork sessions, a homeopathic consultation and a Shiatsu massage [...] go to RIANP.org to learn more about the specific raffle prizes. To purchase raffle tickets before the event, email RInaturopaths@gmail.com or contact a naturopathic doctor. Raffle ticket prices are one ticket for $1, six tickets for $5, 14 tickets for $10 and 30 tickets for $20."
so that's naturopathy subset homeopathy and Bowen. Homeopathy is fake, and Bowen is considered a nebulous technique not known to help anything medically speaking. It's like creating and selling widgets: each one is WHAT exactly?
002. meanwhile, at RIANP, where they asked us to go to, there's this claim:
002.a. in "Naturopathic Medicine" [2017 archived]:
"naturopathic medicine is a scientifically proven and tested system of (successful) health care."