Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for Qualified GIM Therapists and Trainees:
'Progressive Conversations in GIM'
Taking transcriptions: What can it take
away from the client-therapist experience?
Online presentation and discussion, via Zoom
Date: Saturday July 9, 2022
Time: 10am – 12:30pm (UK time)
Booking and Cost: There is no charge for this event which, however, is only open to qualified and trainee GIM therapists. In order to book a place please contact Martin Lawes, clarifying whether you are a qualified GIM practitioner or a trainee: firstname.lastname@example.org
Taking transcriptions: What can it take away from the client-therapist experience?
Suzannah will explore the history of the GIM transcript, the benefits, as well as the contraindications. Suzannah will make the argument for updating our thinking around the GIM transcripts, taking into account contemporary trauma theory and the importance of the moment-to-moment tracking of a client's experience.
Following Suzannah's presentation will be small and large group discussion. The event will also include music listening experiences.
Suzannah Scott-Moncrieff MA, MT-BC, LCAT, FAMI
Suzannah received her masters degree in music therapy from New York University in 2004. Suzannah started training in SMI and the continuum model in 2007 with Lisa Summer at The Institute for Music and Consciousness, becoming a Fellow of the Association for Music and Imagery in 2012. Suzannah has advanced training in Integrative Trauma Studies from the National Institute for the Psychotherapies, as well as ongoing training in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy. After 15 years practicing music psychotherapy in New York City, Suzannah moved home to Scotland, where she currently provides telehealth music therapy sessions for folks in New York and the U.K., and continues to assist in training with the Institute for Music and Consciousness. email@example.com, http://asoundspace.com/