Registered GIM Therapists (RGIMTs) have completed at least two years’ post-graduate training in addition to their initial therapy qualification. RGIMTs are accredited by the Music and Imagery Association of Australia (MIAA) and are bound by MIAA’s Code of Ethical Practice. Therapists are required to undertake regular supervision and complete professional development requirements to stay informed of evidence-based practice.
RGIMTs practice throughout Australia, and internationally.
RN, CMHN, Integrative Psychotherapist, RGIMT
Dip. App. Sci. (Nurs), Cert. Palliative Care Nurs., Adv. Dip. Integrative Couns., Cert. Psych. Nurs., Clinical Supervision for Role Development training, Level 3 Adv. Guided Imagery & Music
Contact Ann Maree at: email@example.com
Practice phone: 0408 595 871
Ann Maree is an experienced psychotherapist and credentialled mental health nurse in private practice. Ann Maree often utilises creative modalities in therapeutic work, including a range of music-based methods within Guided Imagery and Music, which are adapted according to individual needs. These include the Bonny Method, for its depth orientation and capacity to facilitate a greater connection between the conscious and unconscious. This can reveal and integrate hidden resources and creativity, leading to more fulfillment. Ann Maree is passionate about supporting those seeking personal/professional development, such as healthcare professionals, offering individual appointments, including clinical supervision, both in-person and online.
Annette has used the arts as a form of therapy since 2000. As a registered arts therapist (psychotherapy) and GIM therapist, Annette works in the areas of mental health, drugs and alcohol, palliative care, aged care, and disabilities. She is experienced in group work and individual sessions, having facilitated groups within the hospital system and community, as well as individual sessions in private practice. Annette has worked with clients aged from 15 to 95 years and enjoys engaging with a diverse range of people.
Annette is particularly interested in the effects of trauma on the individual, emotional wellbeing, the aging process, and neuroscience in relation to psychotherapy. She values the power of music and art to enable individuals to express and contain their emotions while facilitating self-awareness.
Annette is available for contracted art therapy, guided imagery and music work. She can deliver workshops on depression, grief, and trauma, as well as experiential workshops.
MA Creative Arts Therapies, Grad. Dip. Guided Imagery and Music (GIM), Grad. Dip. Music Therapy, B. Mus.
Registered Music Therapist and member of the PACFA register of Psychotherapists and Counsellors
Glen Waverley, VIC
Contact Carolyn at:
Carolyn works with clients experiencing difficulty in understanding and healing childhood trauma. She also works with people facing loss associated with bereavement, suicide, divorce, retrenchment, early retirement, and loneliness. Carolyn is registered with the NDIS and is a clinical member of the PACFA Register. She is available for online sessions.
Grad. Dip. Guided Imagery and Music (GIM), B. Music, Spec. Cert. in Palliative Care
Contact Cherie at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 0425 813 309
AO, PhD, RMT, RGIMT, FAMI, L. Mus
Black Rock, VIC
Grad Dip Guided Imagery and Music (GIM), Registered Music
Therapist, Certificate in Sandplay and Symbolwork
Contact Greg at: email@example.com
Practice phone: 0448 908 523
Greg has been using music in therapy with individuals and groups for over 30 years. His focus is to support clients to enhance their relationship with themselves and their strengths, symptoms, struggles, and concerns.
Registered Music and Imagery Therapist, Accredited Mental Health Social Worker, MSW, BA, Grad. Dip. Guided Imagery and Music (GIM), Grad. Dip. Arts (Social Welfare), Advanced Dip. Gestalt Therapy
Camberwell and Ballarat, VIC
Contact Kay at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Practice phone: 0400 910 989
Master of Leadership and Management, Grad. Dip. Guided
Imagery and Music (GIM), Bachelor of Music Therapy,
AMusA, RMT, RGIMT
East Kew, VIC
Contact Liz at: email@example.com
PhD, Registered Guided Imagery and Music Therapist, RMT
Geelong region and telehealth
Melissa is music therapy practitioner, supervisor, educator and researcher. She has worked in mental health, aged and palliative care, and in the disability sector. Melissa currently works with both adolescents and adults in the education system, community settings as well as private practice drawing on her skills as a clinical music therapist, GIM practitioner and community music therapist.
Meredith is a musician, vocalist, music therapist, psychotherapist, and facilitator who works within her private practice, Inner Sound Therapy. She uses a holistic approach to address the needs of her clients, and her special interests include LGBTQI+ issues, relationships, psychedelic integration, spirituality, and transpersonal work. She has also worked within the early childhood, community, mental health, gender equity, and disability sectors. Meredith holds a Master of Music Therapy and Graduate Diploma in Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) from the University of Melbourne, and a Bachelor of Music from the University of Adelaide.
Meredith works with people of all ages and is available for individual consultation and workshops.
RGIMT, RMT, M. Mus (Music Therapy), Grad. Dip. Mental
Health Science (Community), NMT
Mobile: 0425 733 311
Vannie Ip-Winfield is an experienced registered music therapist, who works primarily in mental health, aged care, and community health. She has an academic background in music therapy and mental health science from the University of Melbourne. Her research and publications have focused on cross cultural music therapy practice, day programs for community-dwelling elderly Chinese clients and virtual group Music and Imagery with hospital staff. Guided Imagery and Music combines Vannie’s love of classical music and her strong interest in psychotherapy.