Tag: Helen Bonny

A journalist experiences Guided Imagery and Music

A journalist and friend, Damian Fowler, interviewed me and other music therapists, and writes about his personal experience of a music therapy session. You can read about his experience here in order to get a sense of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) and music therapy from a client’s perspective, and to read about his profound experience […]

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Helen Bonny – Inspiration

Helen Bonny died on May 25th, 2010.  She was a pioneer in the field of music therapy, leading the way in using western classical music to expand explorations of consciousness, through developing Guided Imagery and Music. She was a wonderful example to us all, whatever our calling –  following her bliss, unafraid of criticism, and […]

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A few words about beauty

Yes – I’m tackling Beauty on my first Blog post. And chances are it will be a recurring theme in these posts. I am a music therapist. My work involves facilitating aesthetic experiences with and for my clients. Beautiful sounds make up a majority of the therapy sessions. Who are my music therapy influences in […]

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