The Research Review Committee, the Circle, and AMI are proud to announce the winner of the 2018 AMI Linda Keiser Mardis Research Grant: Tim Honig!
THANK YOU, to ALL of the grant submissions for their inspiring and diligent work in studying GIM throughout the world. We really enjoyed learning about the work being done, and hope that the research support from AMI continues to grow the breadth and depth of GIM.
A word from Tim Honig and his project:
This randomized controlled trial investigating GIM in the treatment of clinical depression builds on the existing evidence that GIM has a positive impact on depression, anxiety, and mood disturbance. In it, we will be providing a series of individual Bonny Method sessions to persons seeking treatment for mild to moderate depression. It is one part of a multi-phase research study in which the quantitative analysis will be complemented with a mixed-methods investigation to capture a more complete picture of the treatment process. The research is being done in collaboration with Dr. Cathy McKinney and Dr. Niels Hannibal, and with the support of Aalborg University. I am humbled and full of gratitude to the AMI community for your support in this research!
Thank you, and congrats, Tim.
And thank you, AMI community, for supporting the growth of GIM.