Imagery Course with Ellen Whealton, MA, MT-BC
Number of CMTEs: 3
Length of Access: 2 months
Music and imagery can be applied in a wide variety of clinical settings and help take clients deeper into their therapy experience. Imagery can be an effective way to add a wellness approach to your practice. When paired with music, the use of imagery is a powerful tool you can use to create a meaningful and therapeutic experience for clients.
In this course, you will learn how and when to use imagery in your practice, facilitate imagery, pair imagery scripts with music, and use imagery to enhance sessions. In addition, Ellen Whealton offers bonus materials such as formulas for session planning, imagery scripts, pre-recorded music, and numerous other resources you need to succeed in effectively using music and imagery in your clinical practice.
I sat down for my session yesterday as, I admit it, a skeptic! But I can’t tell you how amazed I am at the results. You drew out of my mind things that I had been churning on but couldn’t even articulate yet. You not only gave me the courage and encouragement that I needed to take the next step in my life, but you made me feel authentically ready to do it. ~ Erin P., private client
It is a privilege to work with Ellen and her unique style that blends music, vibrational sound and guided imagery into a gentle and supportive journey of self and group exploration. I recently had the opportunity to facilitate a group bonding experience, via Ellen’s workshop, for the nursing team I work with. As a nursing team, we work together to support our patient’s needs, often setting our own needs and self-care toward the bottom of the list. Ellen worked with our team, honoring both the individual needs of each member as well as the energy and needs of the group. She provided an experiential, safe dialogue that allowed each team member to feel comfortable expressing their internal journey while creating a collective bond through group interaction and connection. As a surprise, we also were given the opportunity to create self-expressed art to share with one another and bring home to remind us of the experience. It is so important for those of us in the caregiving profession to feel self-empowered and supported in our service towards ourselves and others. It offers us the internal and external resilience to provide excellent care to those we serve. Ellen’s unique workshop encouraged our team to do just that. We are all looking forward to planning another workshop with Ellen. Many thanks to you Ellen for all you are and all you do to promote healing and to support the best in each of us. ~ Lori Rhoades, Nurse Manager, Sharp Hospital