Telling Your Story and Creating a New One Through Music

We all have a story. Every experience we have in life contributes to our life story. These experiences help create the personal narrative we tell ourselves. These narratives we tell ourselves can be conscious or subconscious. Regardless, they affect our beliefs and our actions. Sometimes, our narratives about ourselves and our lives are positive. And […]

Holiday Grief: Your First Holiday Without Someone You Loved

The holiday season is often considered a time of joy, celebration, and togetherness. However, for those who have experienced a significant loss, whether due to the death of a loved one or the end of a meaningful relationship, the holidays can become an emotionally challenging time. As a mental health counselor who specializes in helping […]

Harmonizing Transitions: Embrace Change and Find Resilience Through Music and Therapy

Discover how music therapy, offered by a mental health provider and music therapist, can help you embrace change, find resilience, and discover inner harmony during life transitions. Navigate the emotional landscape, explore your authentic path, build coping skills, and find support within a therapeutic community. Harmonize your transition journey with the transformative power of music therapy.

The Melodic Elixir: How Music Supports Healthy Aging

As we journey through life, one constant companion has the power to enrich our existence and support our well-being – music. As a licensed mental health professional and music therapist, I’ve witnessed firsthand the transformative effects music can have on aging individuals. In this blog post, we’ll explore the remarkable ways in which music can nurture mental, emotional, and physical health, promoting a fulfilling and vibrant life in our golden years. Join me as we uncover the secrets of the melodic elixir that enhances healthy aging.

Supporting Middle School-Age Children Through Music Therapy

Middle school-age children face a unique set of challenges as they navigate the in-between stage of feeling more grown-up than they are, while still being children. With academic pressures, problems at home, and the distorted virtual realities of social media, it can be tough to support them during this crucial time. In this blog post I explore the use of music to help middle school-aged children with developing key life skills such as self-control and self-mastery. By incorporating music into therapy sessions, children can learn how to manage their emotions, regulate their behavior, and become the person they want to be.

Drumming Your Way to Good Mental Health

Drumming can be a powerful tool for inspiring people to take action and move forward in their lives. As a mental health provider and music therapist, I’ve found that drumming can help us release pent-up emotions and energy, ground and center ourselves, and find new motivation and inspiration. In my work with young adults and adults, I often use drumming to help people connect with their emotions and gain clarity on their situation. Whether you’re feeling stuck, anxious, or in need of a new perspective, drumming can help you move forward in your life with greater clarity and focus.