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Everyone is Affected By Mental Health
Mental health affects us all. This is true whether you’re young or old, with or without physical and/or cognitive impairments. We all have to navigate the challenges that life throws our way, but it’s not always easy. Sometimes it’s too much for you to bear alone. If this sounds like your life right now and you’re looking for something different from therapy, discover how SoundWell Music Therapy can help you or someone you know.
SoundWell Music Therapy Can Help You If You’re
Experiencing feelings of anxiety, depression, or grief.
You know that you need help and you even want help because you’re tired of how you’re feeling. But you’re looking for a different kind of therapy because expressing yourself with words can sometimes be challenging. This could be because you don’t really know what you’re feeling so it’s hard to even find the words to express those feelings. What you do know is that you desire to live life more fully.
The parent of a child or teen who is struggling with anxiety or depression.
You want to help them, but you’re at a loss because you don’t know what they need. For whatever reason, they don’t seem to want to talk to you anymore. Your relationship has changed. Music seems to play a special role in their life and you wonder if it could be a key to helping them.
An Older Adult Struggling with Feelings of Anxiety or Depression.
You notice that you’re feeling more depressed and anxious. This may have been a lifelong issue for you, but now it’s getting worse. You may be struggling with the aging process, or you may have experienced a great loss. Ultimately, you think that you’d benefit from a creative form of therapy that brings you into relationship with others.
The adult child of a parent who has Alzheimer's or Who is Receiving Hospice Care.
It’s hard for you to see the person you love slip away. Visiting with them is challenging because you’re limited in what you can do together. Communicating may be difficult for them because of their disease. You want to make the most out of your time together. Most importantly, you want them to enjoy what’s left of their life.
Using Music to Support Mental Health and Well-Being Throughout Life
SoundWell Music Therapy is a music therapy practice in Longmont specializing in behavioral and mental health music therapy services. A unique, yet effective way to address mental health, music therapy works because music impacts us holistically. As a result, music is widely accessible to people. Therefore, this makes music therapy an effective way of working with people who may not benefit from traditional talk therapy. Because of this, SoundWell Music Therapy can and does work with people throughout the lifespan who want to improve their mental health and well-being.
Services Offered by SoundWell Music Therapy in Longmont
Below are the services SoundWell Music Therapy provides to the Longmont and Boulder County communities:
- Hospice and end-of-life music therapy services for individuals and their families.
- Community Music Therapy Groups are available off-site in Longmont and around Boulder County. Organizations SoundWell Music Therapy provides groups through include schools, mental health programs, and community social service organizations.
- Workshops and Presentations for community agencies, not-for-profit organizations, and for-profit businesses.
- Music Instruction in piano and voice.
Faith Halverson-Ramos, MA, LPC, MT-BC is the owner and primary therapist behind SoundWell Music Therapy. Watch this video if you’d like to get a sense of what a music therapy session with Faith might be like:
Where to Find SoundWell Music Therapy
- At SoundWell Music Therapy’s office at 1361 Francis St, Suite 201E. (For the easiest entry, go upstairs through the center entrance facing west. There is a stair lift, but no elevator.)
- On-site at schools, community mental health, and social service organizations and long-term care communities.
- In-home with those who are homebound in Longmont.
- On-site at schools, community mental health
andsocial service organizations and long-term care communities.
- In-home with those who are homebound in Boulder.