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Counseling and Music Therapy Services to Help You “Tune” Into Your Mental Health
Welcome to SoundWell Music Therapy in Longmont. I’m happy you’re here. My name is Faith Halverson-Ramos, and I’m the therapist behind SoundWell Music Therapy. I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board-Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC) who works with teens, young adults, and up, looking to improve their mental health and well-being.
Regardless of your age, we all face stressors in life that can leave us feeling confused, overwhelmed, angry, or sad. Likewise, we all have unique life experiences that affect how we manage these stressors and challenges. Sometimes the ways we’ve learned how to cope no longer work for us. Teens and young adults may still be learning ways to cope with the inevitable stress that life can bring us.
Counseling can help you identify your values and what you want for yourself. It can also help you better understand yourself and how you relate with others. What you gain from counseling can help motivate you to take more control of your life and create healthy, positive change.
Why Add Music To Counseling?
As a music therapist, I find music to be a powerful means of helping people to enhance their mental well-being. Making music or listening to certain songs can take on a personal meaning that causes you to reflect on yourself and your situation. Likewise, music can represent how you’re feeling internally and amplify how you relate to others. Music can provide you with the ways and means to express and voice what had before been inexpressible.
Go here to learn more about music therapy and mental health and how I incorporate the two.
Counseling Services SoundWell Music Therapy Offers
SoundWell Music Therapy provides counseling services to people who want to understand who they are and find ways to be their authentic selves in a world where they may feel like outsiders. They’re looking for help navigating their current reality shaped by traumatic events or other experiences of loss in their life. Some of the people I work with are wanting to find meaning and purpose in their lives. While others want to experience new ways of being with others.
Common conditions I help people with include:
- Grief and Loss
- Low Self-Esteem and Sense of Self-Worth
Counseling Services for People of All Ages
Because music is versatile and impacts people in powerful ways, my professional experiences and interests allow me to work with people throughout their lifespans. Below you can learn more about the counseling services I offer. These services are meant to help people develop and grow at different stages of life. Click on the images to learn more about the counseling services provided through SoundWell Music Therapy in Longmont.
Want to become a client? Here you can find out the next steps.
Other Services Offered by SoundWell Music Therapy
In addition to the individual counseling services I provide in-person and online, SoundWell Music Therapy also offers:
- Psychedelic Integration Therapy is available for adults using psychedelics on their own, such as through microdosing psilocybin, or for those pursuing ketamine treatment where integration therapy isn’t provided.
- Workshops and Presentations are available for community agencies, non-profit organizations, and for-profit businesses. Examples of presentation topics are mindfulness and music, music and mental health, positive aging, and music therapy in end-of-life care.
- Community Music Therapy Groups are available off-site in Longmont and around Boulder County. SoundWell works with schools, mental health programs, and community social service organizations.
- Music Instruction is available for piano and voice. Lessons are available in my Longmont office or online. I work with beginners of all ages who might need an adapted or therapeutic approach.
Finding SoundWell Music Therapy in Longmont
The address for SoundWell Music Therapy is 1361 Francis Street, Suite 201 E, Longmont, CO 80501. Park in the parking lot and enter through the center door labeled “201.” Once you go up the stairs, you’ll find that my office is the first office on the right.
If you arrive before your scheduled session time, please have a seat on the couch in the waiting room. I may be with another client, and the door leads directly into my office. While sessions usually end on time, there are some occasions when a session takes a little longer. I will open the door when everything is ready for your session.
If you need them, restrooms are down the hall and to your left. Over in that area, you will also find another waiting room with outlets for charging your device, if necessary.