Music Therapy in Longmont to Enhance Mental Health & Well-Being

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Are You Looking for a Counselor in Longmont Because You’re…

Struggling with anxiety, depression, or grief?

You know you need help, and you want it- but you’re looking for something different. Sometimes it’s hard for you to find the words to help you express what it is that you’re feeling. At other times, it may be hard for you to even identify what you’re feeling. You believe that doing something expressive and creative will help you because you know it will help you tap into your greater wisdom.

The parent of a child or teen who is struggling with anxiety, depression, or lack of focus?

You want to help them, but you don’t know what to do because you don’t know what they need. They either have a hard time talking with you because they’re at that age where kids don’t want to talk to their parents, or they may have problems with communicating with you. You do know that they seem really connected to music. You wonder if there’s some way music could help them.

An Older Adult Struggling with Feelings of Anxiety or Depression?

You’ve been noticing that you’re feeling more depressed and anxious and you’re not sure why. You’d prefer to not have to take any more medications, and you think that you’d benefit from doing something creative.

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 knew and love slip away. Visits with them are challenging because you don’t know what to do or what to talk about when you’re together. You want to be able to make the most out of you’re time together, and 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. With a vision to see improved mental health and well-being for all in Boulder County, SoundWell Music Therapy works with people throughout the lifespan.

Faith Halverson-Ramos, MA, LPC, MT-BC is the owner and primary therapist behind SoundWell Music Therapy. To get a sense of what a music therapy session with Faith might be like, watch this video:

Who Does SoundWell Music Therapy Help?

Many of the people SoundWell Music Therapy helps are having a hard time dealing with feelings of anxiety or depression. These feelings may be in response to a traumatic or painful life event, such as past abuse as a child, or the death of a loved one. While for others these feelings may be due to a significant transition in life, such as a divorce or retiring from a job or profession.

Yet for other clients, the anxiety or depression they feel may be related to their unique neurological wiring. SoundWell Music Therapy works with children and teens who may be feeling anxious or depressed as a result of a sensory processing disorder, autism, or ADHD. Whereas the anxiety or depression experienced by the older adults SoundWell Music Therapy works with may be related to Alzheimer’s or some other neurodegenerative disease.

SoundWell Music Therapy also works with people who have a mental illness, such as schizophrenia, bipolar, or addiction.

Services Offered by SoundWell Music Therapy in Longmont

Because music is such a versatile and effective therapeutic medium for working with a variety of mental health concerns, SoundWell Music Therapy offers a variety of services to meet the mental health and quality of life needs of people at any age.

  • Hospice and end-of-life music therapy services for individuals and their families.

Where to Find SoundWell Music Therapy

SoundWell Music Therapy serves Longmont and Boulder County. Services are provided in:


  • At SoundWell Music Therapy’s office at 1361 Francis St, Suite 201E. (For the easiest entry, go upstairs through the center entrance facing west. Please note that there is a stair lift, but no elevator.)
  • On-site at community organizations and long-term care communities.
  • In-home with those who are homebound in Longmont.


  • On-site at community organizations and long-term care communities.
  • In-home with those who are homebound in Boulder.