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In Tune

Therapist-Led DIY Music Therapy

Help your clients manage their emotions,

communicate more effectively,

and get in tune with themselves using something

they already love: Music!

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MUSIC LISTNENING

Guided meditations help us to ground our emotions and connect to ourselves on a deeper level. Lyric analysis helps us to put words to how we feel and express our thoughts.

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WRITING

Music-assisted journaling helps us to explore feelings outside of the moment. Songwriting exercises can help us to use music to explain how we feel and communicate that to others.

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ACTIVE MUSIC MAKING

Drumming allows us to physicalize what we are feeling and to explore emotions through a different medium. No prior music experience or knowledge needed!

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CREATIVE ARTS

Creating imagery with the assistance of music can help us explore non-verbal pathways to emotions and expression. No drawing or art skills required!

Through this evidence-based program developed by Marlys Woods, Board-Certified Music Therapist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, your clients will learn how to use music tools to create a greater sense of self alignment.a
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The PLAYLIST OF TOOLS

Why music?

Music is a powerful, universal tool, used throughout the existence of humanity as a method of communication, a way to influence emotions, and a means to access connection to ourselves and others. Furthermore, learning with music is done through a double encoding process, where information is processed both verbally and aurally. This strengthens the memory trace during learning. Music, when used actively and intentionally, is a uniquely impactful healing tool!

 

However, most people do not inherently know how to use music to move towards healing - your clients might even be using music in a harmful way, to isolate and stay stuck in a dysregulated or negative emotional state. And, while unintended, therapists who use music in sessions without a proper understanding of how music connects to emotions can potentially trigger overwhelming emotions, harmful behaviors, and/or repressed memories.

 

We want to help YOU use music in therapy. Through our easy to follow session plans, you will have all the direction and tools you need to show your clients how to take their connection to music and use it safely and effectively in their healing journey.

What's Included

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12 Session Plans accessible online anytime from computer, tablet, or mobile device

Sessions can be used in part or in full, as part of your therapy time or assigned to your patient 

Each session includes goals, a materials list, multiple interventions, and a closing reflection 

Downloadable, printer-friendly worksheets

Sessions are repeatable and can be used as often as you wish, with all your clients without any additional license or subscription fees

No musical knowledge or experience is required for

therapist or clients

All coping skills are designed for clients to be able to use

over and over, on their own, and throughout their lives

In Tune

Therapist-Led DIY Music Therapy

  • 297$
    Therapists - For use with clients
     

Includes unlimited use with clients. No additional licensing fees.