Maria Radoje MA, FAMI
£60 per hour / £80 for 1.5 hour session - I offer a sliding scale for those on lower incomes
Are you interested in a creative approach to therapy? I am a Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) practitioner and mandala facilitator working with people with stress and trauma, and have many years experience as a qualified music therapist working in the field of mental health.
I work from a psychodynamic and humanistic perspective; GIM is a gentle and creative process in which you are supported to connect with and develop, neglected aspects of the self. The music is chosen to help you explore issues that may be affecting you, to help you find new perspectives on life, and build inner resilience.
Helen Bonny, who developed the process suggests: "Music, as a structured envelope of sound, is probably the most effective and safe opener to the doors of the psyche. It reaches beyond personal defences to the realities and beauties of the person. Music gives access to the discovery of inner strength, uncovers the potential for creativity, and manifests ways in which life can be lived from a centre of inner security."
For more information on GIM and how I work, please visit: www.musictherapyreimagined.com
Stress, trauma, self- development, individuation process, transpersonal /spiritual growth, end of life issues, working with physical pain, grief.
Fellow of the Association of Music and Imagery: FAMI, MA in Music Therapeutic Studies, UWE, Postgrad Diploma in Music Therapy Roehampton, Jungian Clinical Concepts: Centre for Applied Jung, Creating Mandalas certificate programme, Basic Mentalization Based Treatment: Anna Freud Centre, Knowledge Skills Understanding Framework for PD: NHS. Goldsmith’s Postgrad Diploma in Orchestral Studies, Performer’s Degree Royal Academy of Music (cello)
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