How Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Can Be Supported Through Music

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a commonly used approach in mental health care. It suggests that some of the mental health symptoms people experience are due to having a distorted view of themself, others, and the world. My latest blog post explores how music can be used to support concepts found in cognive-behavioral therapy.

Music Therapy and Executive Functioning: What You Need To Know

Music therapy supports a lot of different things, including executive functioning. This is important because of the role executive functioning plays in our lives. In this blog post, I’m going to share with you more about how music therapy can help. I’ll go over exactly what executive functioning is. Then I’ll share ways music therapy […]

Explore How You Relate to Others Through Music Therapy

Your earliest relationships and your life experiences influence how you relate to others. Depending on your unique experiences, how you relate to others may feel comfortable and easy. Whereas for others, it may feel uncomfortable and hard. Music can help you explore how you relate to yourself and others in ways that can feel safe […]

Music Playlists: Creating Soundtracks for Making Changes In Your Life

Whenever we start a new year, we often find ourselves making resolutions and goals. This is fine if it works for you, but it doesn’t have to be January 1st to start thinking about what you want to achieve. There are probably plenty of changes you want to make in your life. The real question […]

Benefits of Vocalizing to Find Your Authentic Self

We hold a lot with our voices. It serves as a means for expressing ourselves and it also plays a part in our identity. Because of this, vocalizing can be a way of finding your authentic self. In this post, I highlight some of the benefits of vocalizing and outline ways in which I use the voice in my work with clients who want to connect to their authentic selves.