Level 2: Diploma in Re-educative Music and Imagery (RMI)
This course is open to those who have satisfactorily completed the Certificate in SMI and its requirements. Training is provided in Re-educative MI (RMI) as a brief form of music psychotherapy designed to address a psychological/emotional issue identified by the client. The working method is similar to that used in SMI. It involves the use of suitable recorded music, arts and verbal dialogue. The goal is for the client to develop self-awareness and self-acceptance in relation to his/her issue, identify its pattern and make changes, and in the process become more able to manage life's challenges. The 4-day training has a strong emphasis on experiential learning, with a period of supervised personal and client work (the practicum) to complete the course.
Give and receive 6 RMI sessions with a training colleague. Consultation supervision.
Give 2 series of 8 supervised RMI client sessions.
Complete required reading
Complete case summaries and a self-reflective learning and supervision report
Develop and categorise a pool of RMI music.
Present and discuss your SMI case work (final presentation) with your trainers and training cohort via video conferencing.
Those who satisfactorily complete the course and its requirements will be qualified to practice both SMI and RMI and receive a Diploma in Supportive and Re-educative Music and Imagery (MI). Trainees will not, however, be qualified to practice GIM for which further training is required.
The Requirements set out above are subject to change and confirmation as new European GIM Training Standards are developed and come into force.
Trainees are responsible for paying the fees for supervision.
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