Sound Therapy

Sound therapy is a process used by therapists to help treat some of their patients suffering from sleep disorders, PTSD, anxiety, depression, epilepsy, chronic pain, ADD/ADHD, and autism. Sound therapy covers a range of treatments, from music therapy to sound baths, as it is a form of sensory therapy. The goal of sound therapy is balance and restoration. This treatment brings many emotions to the surface, so sound therapy can look different for anyone. This may look like crying, laughing, feeling angry, or feeling euphoric.


Sound therapy works through sound waves and vibrations. The vibrations work by “massaging every cell in the body”, and most of the healing one experiences is through their own making.


With sound therapy being a solution for many types of mental illnesses and disorders, it has been seen as very beneficial. Though it may not be for everyone, there are still many ways to try sound therapy if you are interested. Most cities, big and small, offer at least one sound therapy center. Yoga studios are also starting to adopt this practice. Be sure to also reach out to your insurance provider to see if sound therapy is covered.


Have you ever tried sound therapy? Let us know by leaving a reply!

More posts for you

Staying Calm And Cool

Some days it feels like we are ceaselessly bombarded with potential stressors — from the “urgent” messages coming across our devices to our various responsibilities and seemingly endless to-do lists. Often without warning, panic and anxiety can begin to take over our minds and disrupt our sense of calmness. Practicing some simple self-calming tech...
Read More >

Covid And Stress

FROM OUR BLOG   COVID AND STRESS    The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly become a significant source of stress in many people’s lives. The fear and anxiety of illness along with the unknown facts of this new disease are causing stress levels to rise in both adults and children.During this crisis protecting ourselves from the inevitable fears and an...
Read More >
×