Deep Diving in the Unconscious: accessing hidden parts through the aesthetic and emotional nature of Music”
In this webinar I will share how Music and Imagery Therapy helps clients access and integrate hidden parts of themselves. Through examples of work with clients and playing excerpts of music, I will illustrate how Music and Imagery Therapy supports these different clients with various issues, including trauma, dissociative states, anxiety and depression.
Information will be offered about trainings, both short and long term that are available for counsellors and therapists to become trained in specific uses of music and imagery work.
There will be time for a live Q&A towards the end of this webinar.
I am a qualified Music Therapist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and a member of the Association of Music and Imagery (AMI ). I am qualified as a Fellow of the Association of Music and Imagery (FAMI) having done an in-depth training in Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) based on the Bonny Method. I also have a diploma in Couples Therapy with the Centre for Relational Couples Therapy (CRCT).
With over 30 years’ experience working as a Music Therapist, I have worked with a diverse range of client groups, mostly adults, in a variety of settings and I have worked for over 15 years within the National Health Service. Within the NHS I was instrumental in setting up and developing an Arts Psychotherapies department for adult mental health, taking the lead role for 7 years.
Now, my work is in private practice with Music and Imagery Therapy and Couples Therapy and I have worked in private practice for over 13 years. I am based in Bristol, UK and offer all sessions online using zoom with enhanced security and optimum audio settings for music. Having done further training to work online I am also a professional member of the Association for Counselling and Therapy Online (ACTO)
In addition, I offer supervision for Guided Imagery and Music practitioners and students in training.
Linkedin. Helen Mason