AbstractThis interview with Denise Grocke discusses her paths to music therapy and GIM as well as her integral role in the history of the Australian Music Therapy Association (AMTA) and the Music and Imagery Association of Australia (MIAA). Denise speaks about her interviews with Helen Bonny for her PhD thesis, and her recently published textbook Guided Imagery & Music (GIM) and Music Imagery Methods for Individual and Group Therapy, (co-edited with Torben Moe). Dr. Grocke discusses GIM and its adaptations as well as future directions for GIM research.
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