Recovery Unplugged Treatment Center Music Therapy Is Not Just for Musicians

Music-Based Therapy Is Not Just for Musicians

When people hear about music-based therapy for drug and alcohol addiction, and they find out what it entails, they often think that it’s not for them because they don’t have a musical background; nothing can be further from the truth. Music is a universal healing resource that can awaken dormant emotions in all of us. The creation and appreciation of music, however primal and unrefined, is something from which everyone can benefit, whether they’re picking up an instrument for the first time or have spent years writing and producing songs. There is no special resume or skillset required to take part in this viable and effective therapy.

Think about when you hear your favorite song. You know how it makes you feel, you know that it has the power to transform your day, you know that it automatically puts you in good spirits…but you’re not sure why. Music is something that each and every one of us can get behind. It’s been used as a healing force for thousands of years and has been documented to alleviate a variety of mental health issues, including anxiety and PTSD. Participants in music therapy are exposed to its healing properties via a number of circumstances, whether they’re learning the fundamentals of songwriting to simple repetitive beating of a drum.

Although Recovery Unplugged treatment organization is the first to offer such an intensely music-focused program, music therapy has become more and more common in addiction treatment throughout its evolution. This is because the results continue to illustrate its effectiveness when combined with other treatment resources like detox and aftercare. Regardless of your musical background, there is no special requirement to partake in this therapy. Music is for everyone, whether it’s brightening our day or helping us overcome drug and alcohol dependency. If you or a loved one is interested in music therapy for a drug and alcohol addiction, call Recovery Unplugged today at 800-55-REHAB.

 


 

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