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Music to Health

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Powerful and inclusive depth music psychotherapy

for anxiety, depression, trauma, self-exploration, and insight

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Are you struggling?

You don't need to cope on your own. Ian Grundy is a Health and Care Professions Council registered music therapist and Fellow of the Association of Music and Imagery specialising in Guided Imagery and Music, and other Music and Imagery approaches. He offers online and in-person therapy sessions.

 

Guided Imagery and Music is  a powerful method of depth music psychotherapy designed to support and help people with their mental health, stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, self-exploration and insight. Talk, music experienced in a deeply relaxed state, and creative work all contribute to exploring the area of need with a power beyond mere words.

Ian is committed to inclusive practice and specialises in working with clients who are working through the emotional consequences or trauma of discrimination, or simply being or feeling different to others.

To read about clients' stories and how the therapy might help you, click below.

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Specialisations

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Inclusive & Supportive 

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Depression

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Self-Exploration

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LGBTQIA+

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Anxiety

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Creative Blocks

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Online / Offline Sessions

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Bereavement

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Trauma

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Initial Consultation: Free

To book, full price list, and special offers click below.

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What Clients Say

“My experience with Ian was incredibly fulfilling and very interesting, especially after having tried other more 'conventional' forms of therapy in the past, which didn't necessarily help me in ways that I had expected. Ian's approach and demeanour made me feel extremely comfortable and I had no trouble opening up about personal experiences or images and topics that would arise during the musical journeys. It was a freeing way of exploring oneself without the pressure of having to arrive at concrete, practical conclusions about complex matters; rather, it encouraged me to look at myself in new ways and let my mind speak. ”

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"Music is moonlight in the gloomy night of life"