SoundWell Music Therapy:
Longmont Counseling and Wellness

Sound Well-Being Through Music

What is “sound well-being?” And how can I do it “through music?”

In order to answer these questions, we need to first ask, “What is well-being?” Well-being involves a sense of being satisfied with one’s life, feeling good, and feeling fulfilled. “Sound well-being” is about developing a sustainable sense of well-being, so that even when life becomes challenging, your deepest sense of self won’t be shaken. To do this “through music” involves coming to know your deepest self- your desires, thoughts, fears, and POSSIBILITIES – through music.

Ask yourself, “Am I experiencing sound well-being?” If not, do you want to? If you want to, do you want to do it through music?

What is SoundWell Music Therapy?

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SoundWell Music Therapy provides comprehensive wellness-based music therapy, counseling, and consultation services to individuals and groups in Longmont, Loveland, and Boulder County.  Individual music instruction in voice and beginning piano is also available.

Supporting wellness and personal growth, SoundWell Music Therapy works with people throughout the lifespan in experiencing the transformative benefits of music, music-making,  and meaningful relationships.

What is Music Therapy? Who is a Music Therapist?

Music therapy is an established health profession that can be used with people of all ages and abilities. The American Music Therapy Association defines music therapy as: “… The clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.”

Credentialed music therapists are board-certified with the MT-BC credential through the Certification Board of Music Therapists.  Music therapists assess and develop individualized treatment plans that address a variety of therapeutic goals. Musical and relational experiences are devised for addressing a client’s needs, including the:

  • social
  • communication
  • emotional
  • physical
  • cognitive
  • sensory
  • spiritual

Music therapists can be found working in a variety of settings, ranging from NICUs, to rehabilitation clinics,  wellness centers, hospice, and everything in between.

Why Music Therapy? How Can It  Help You?

Music can be a powerful way to experience wellness and a state of well-being because it can evoke, move, and motivate us. Music can help us to feel deeply held emotions, to inspire us to take on new perspectives, as well as to propel us to take action in our lives.  Research in the areas of music therapy and the neuroscience of music shows that engaging in music and musical activities can provide a wide variety of neurological, physiological, and emotional benefits that assist us in living life well.

What Services Does SoundWell Music Therapy Provide in Longmont and Boulder County?

Learn more about the services offered through SoundWell Music Therapy by clicking the links below.

Contact Faith Halverson-Ramos, MA, LPC, MT-BC to find out more about the services offered by SoundWell Music Therapy. If you  would like to learn more about other musical and professional services provided by Faith please go to: www.faithhalversonramos.com.

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