About

Faith Halverson-Ramos, MA, LPC, MT-BC

Longmont Counselor and Music TherapistFaith Halverson-Ramos, MA, LPC, MT-BC comes to music therapy as a classically-trained vocalist. After an illness affected her singing voice, Faith moved to Boulder, Colorado. At Naropa University she studied music therapy and transpersonal counseling psychology. Faith graduated with her MA in 2007. She became a Music Therapist-Board Certified (MT-BC) that same year.

Since graduating, Faith has worked in public school and in-home healthcare settings. These opportunities allowed for working with toddlers, children, teens, adults, and older adults. Within this, Faith has worked with those on the autism spectrum or who are living with dementia. Faith has experience working with people struggling with grief, anxiety, depression, and trauma.

How Faith Works as a Therapist

Faith uses music and mindful awareness to enhance the quality of life for people of all ages. She does this in a way that honors who they are, and meets them where they are in the present moment. In using music, relationship, and the creative process, Faith helps people:

    • develop and enhance relationships
    • foster attunement and healthy attachment
    • create, discover, or rediscover personal meaning after undergoing traumatic or difficult life events
    • process through grief and loss or other life transitions
    • experience an enhanced sense of well-being and personal empowerment.

Active in the Community

Faith is active in advancing the field of music therapy. She is a professional member of:

Locally, Faith is a member of:Longmont Music Therapist Member of Practices for Inner Peace

Faith also serves on:

  • The City of Longmont’s Crisis Action Committee.
  • The Downtown Longmont Arts and Entertainment Program Planning Committee.

Public Speaker and Presenter

Faith has presented nationally and internationally on the topics of:

  • mindfulness and music
  • a therapeutic approach for working with your voice
  • mindfulness and the power of attraction
  • the use of voice in early childhood education classrooms
  • music therapy in hospice and palliative care
  • promoting the dignity and autonomy of older adult patients.

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