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guided imagery and music

Alternative 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.
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A specific method of music imaging was developed by Helen Bonny and is called the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (BMGIM).
The method was developed by Dr Helen Bonny in the early 1970s when she was involved in research at the Baltimore Psychiatric Centre (Bonny, 1978a, 1978b).
The music for these tapes has been carefully selected and programmed by Dr Helen Bonny and Linda Keiser to address specific issues e.