Upcoming training: The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery & Music, Level I Online Training
Date: April 30 – May 4, 2021
Format: 5 Day Online Intensive, 9AM-5:30PM
Noele Bird, MMT, MTA, RCC, FAMI, Primary Trainer
Liz Moffitt, MA, MTA, RCC, FAMI, Primary Trainer
What is GIM?
The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery & Music (GIM) is a gentle music-centered transpersonal psychotherapy that uses sequences of classical music to stimulate imagery and journeys into different levels of consciousness. Exploration of deep inner states facilitates integration, healing, transformation and growth. GIM has been effective
with a wide range of people and issues.
Who can take this training?
GIM training is designed for professionals with a background in music therapy, counselling, creative arts therapies, and related health care professions. A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent is required.
What will happen in this training?
Introductory GIM training provides opportunities to learn the basic components and philosophy of the Bonny Method. It includes didactic and experiential components; instruction in the therapeutic effects of classical music and the facilitation of imagery with music; demonstration and practice of beginning guiding techniques; exploration of adaptations of this work; and personal experiences with GIM as a therapist and an imager. Advanced training in GIM is necessary before a student is fully qualified to practice this therapy.
The training is endorsed by the Association for Music and Imagery. https://ami-bonnymethod.org/
For more information and registration contact Noele Bird. firstname.lastname@example.org
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