What Is Sound Therapy?
Sound therapy uses a combination of sounds and self-reflection techniques intending to enhance an individual's health and wellness. Our sound therapy at The Carter Treatment Center utilizes a diverse selection of sounds and instruments.
Some of the sounds and instruments that we use for sound therapy include the following:
- Tibetan Singing Bowls
- Crystal Bowls
- Tuning Forks
Benefits of sound therapy include the following:
- It may help to alleviate stress.
- It may help reduce headaches.
- It may help to boost your confidence.
- It may help to boost concentration levels.
- It may help to provide you with a boost of energy.
- It may help you focus on building and improving interpersonal relationships.
- It promotes clear thinking.
- It supports a healthy attention span.
- It may help you improve your organizational skills.
Contact our team to learn more about the many benefits provided by sound therapy.
HOW SOUND THERAPY AIDS IN ADDICTION TREATMENT
In its most basic form, sound is nothing more than vibration. When you think about it, even the cells, organs, and tissues in your body also vibrate at a specific frequency.
The sounds and vibrations of gongs, singing bowls, and tuning forks are designed to help you relax. Throughout the treatment session, you’ll enter into a state of deep meditation, as the sound vibrations help to alter your brain waves from the waking state, or beta, down to deep meditational state, or theta and delta.
While you are in a meditative state, dormant parts of your own mind will be activated and brought to your awareness. The objective is to allow healing to take place while you are in such a relaxed state. Our skilled sound therapist works closely with each person to help them see the parts of themselves and their lives that require attention through the addiction recovery process.
A THERAPY PERSONALIZED FOR YOUR UNIQUE NEEDS
Your sound therapist uses the tools available to encourage your body to release blocked energy and to stimulate energy within your body to flow more freely. Sound is also highly effective for helping you release buried emotions, which helps to enhance emotional health and balance.
By the end of the session, most people report feeling closer to knowing and understanding their true selves. After your sound therapy sessions, you should experience a noticeable shift in your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual awareness that is an instrumental aspect of learning to discover your own inner resources.
Using sound to help promote a state of deep relaxation also helps to relieve symptoms of stress and reduce anxiety and depression. Sound therapy can also be very helpful for improving sleep quality, which is ideal for people in recovery who are struggling with symptoms of insomnia.
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Start your journey towards long-term addiction recovery by contacting The Carter Treatment Center in Cumming, GA