"I am not the same as when we met": Creating an identity beyond the victim of childhood trauma through Guided Imagery and Music.
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Original versionFuglestad SE. "I am not the same as when we met": Creating an identity beyond the victim of childhood trauma through Guided Imagery and Music.. Music therapy today. A quarterly journal of studies in music and music therapy. 2020;16(1):144-145
This case presentation is about a gay man in his thirties who received fifty-five individual, modified and full-length sessions in Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) over a period of three and a half years. GIM is a method where the client listens to selected music in a relaxed state, allowing subconscious material in the form of imagery, memories or feelings to surface into conscious awareness.