SMI is an evidence-based approach used to help clients develop and deepen the connection to their inner strengths and resources. The process involves the client drawing (or engaging in other expressive arts) whilst listening to music. As a manualised method, SMI is suitable for short-term therapy (e.g. 6 sessions) which can be effectively delivered online as well as in person to help meet the needs of diverse individuals and groups. SMI is both a systematic and a flexible, client-centred approach. There is an emphasis on collaboration, with clients supported to choose the music used which can potentially be of diverse traditions, cultures and genres. The course is open to qualified music therapists with a minimum of one-year’s post-qualification experience. Further information about SMI and the course, along with an application form, can be found at https://www.integrativegim.org/training-calendar or through contacting Martin Lawes at email@example.com.