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Literature relevant for GIM
Dissertations on GIM from Aalborg University.
Aalborg University has a PhD program where music therapy clinicians from all over the world do research in diverse clinical areas. A number of dissertations/theses are on GIM-based or -related projects.
Database on GIM Literature
Lars Ole Bonde has created a comprehensive database om GIM literature up to January 2016.
Barcelona Publishers GIM resources
GIM relevant books and music for sale
An Overview of Research in the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music
An overview from the beginning till 2010 by Denise Grocke: "Research studies in the Bonny Method of GIM indicate diversity of topics and research methods across quantitative, qualitative, mixed methods, and music analysis. Most are studies of individual Bonny Method GIM sessions, while others report on group music and imagery sessions. Many modifications are being used in order to responsibly “treat” people with severe illness (e.g., psychiatric disorders), and new music programs are being constructed, with contemporary music, and music specific to cultural needs. Given the small numbers of Bonny Method GIM therapists worldwide, it is encouraging to see just how much research has been done, and this augurs well for enhancing the status of the Bonny Method of GIM alongside comparable therapeutic methods. "
AMI Journals & DVDs
Journal of the Association for Music & Imagery: "The mission of the Journal of the Association for Music and Imagery is to promote knowledge and understanding of the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music for those trained in the method and for related professionals. To this end, the Journal publishes original research that advances knowledge of theory, applications, and outcomes of the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) and related methods. Articles may reflect any form of research, including quantitative, qualitative, theoretical, philosophical, and case studies. The Journal is published biennially and all manuscripts submitted to the Journal are subject to a masked peer review."
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Diploma in re-educative Music & Imagery (RMI) Oct 23, 2017 - Oct 25, 2017 — Eastbourne House Arts, Bethnal Green, London, E2 OPT.
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