Report on the Association for Music and Imagery: The Development of Guided Imagery and Music around the World
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Keywords

GIM Training

How to Cite

Parker, A. (2010). Report on the Association for Music and Imagery: The Development of Guided Imagery and Music around the World. Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy, 10(3). https://doi.org/10.15845/voices.v10i3.443

Abstract

This article is a brief report on the status of GIM training worldwide. The Association for Music & Imagery, based in the United States, was established in 1986 and provides the standards for training in GIM. AMI endorses both training programs and trainers that meet those standards. The growth of GIM throughout the world is reflected in the locations of training programs and trainers. Also included is a summary of the international makeup of the body of Fellows of the Association for Music & Imagery. Fellow of AMI is the designation given to someone who has completed advanced training in The Bonny Method of GIM.

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