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guided imagery and musicAlternative psychotherapy
A stress management technique developed in the early 1980s by American psychologist Helen Bonny at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center in Baltimore. In GIM, the patient listens to music in a relaxed state, allowing deep emotions and images to rise to the conscious mind.
guided imagery and music,
n therapy that combines music and deep relaxation states to explore and guide thoughts and feelings.