Scholing wordt gegeven in het Engels.
The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) is a music-centred form of integrative psychotherapy.
Specifically programmed music is used to facilitate a dynamic exploration of consciousness and inner experiences in support of physical and psychological
transformation and well-being
GIM 2 is the intermediate course and the second level of the full GIM training programme.
A Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent level of academic training and life experience at the discretion of the trainer, It is recommended that trainees have two years experience in a clinical mental health related field. Trainees must also have all necessary additional training to practice as a therapist in their own countries.
Intermediate GIM Training must include both experiential and didactic presentations. The emphasis of Intermediate GIM Training is the development of all fundamental skills necessary for the practice of GIM.
Minimum: 50 instructional hours, not including practica.
I. Concepts of GIM
A. GIM as a medium of personal growth and change
B. GIM as a method for depth exploration
C. GIM as a modality for holistic healing
D. GIM as a means of insight and integration
E. GIM as a facilitator for transpersonal process
F. GIM as a means of support
II. Elements of GIM
The following will be presented in depth:
C. Music programs
D. States of consciousness
E. Induction skills
F. Therapeutic process
H. Processing skills
I. Structure and dynamics of a series
III. Standards of Practice
B. Standards of practice
Current AMI documents including the Code of Ethics, Standards of Practice,
Statement of Purpose, and Definition of the Method shall be made available to all students