European Association of 

Music and Imagery

EAMI

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European Association of Music and Imagery

The European Association of Music and Imagery (EAMI) is the Association for Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) in Europe.  It was inaugurated at the European Conference of Music and Imagery in Athens, September 2016.  

EAMI's purpose is to inform about, stimulate and enhance practice, education and research in the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM), originally created by Helen Lindquist Bonny.

 

It is an Association of GIM trainers, EAMI Registered GIM Therapists, students and interested parties.

 

Information on how to join the Association can be found in the membership page .
 

As an active EAMI member you can log into our Members Area through a specific "members email address" and a password. 

Here you can find further information on the  Roots and Branches of the European Network of Guided Imagery in this article by Margareta Wärja  and on the history of GIM in Europe in this article by Lars Ole Bonde.

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