Music Therapy As A Way To Process Trauma

Music Therapy As A Way To Process Trauma

I’ve always been very interested in the healing properties of music.
It’s interesting to study how music is used in therapy to help or heal people who deal with psychological stuff.

Following is a fun read a friend forwarded me, talking about how music can help people process trauma.

Music Therapy To Process Trauma

Keeping Up The Drive When Music is Your Side Gig

This following blog post gives some pointers on how to stay motivated and efficient when music is your side gig.
It’s a quick, fun read.
I included it here, because it lists many of the same tips I wrote about at great length in the past in this blog.

I thought it might be fun to see another resource listing some of the practice techniques and habits I teach my students for maximum progress and efficiency.

When Music Is Your Side Gig: How to Stay Motivated, Efficient, and Sane

Things That Piss Us Off

Speaking of trauma… here’s something that pisses us guitar players off.


Hit me up anytime at [email protected] if you have any questions, or if you would like to book a lesson.
I can also email you a C | C | G | G | backing track if you shoot me an email.

These free lessons are cool, but you will never experience the progress and results learning from blogs and videos, that my students experience in lessons.
There’s also much more cool stuff you can do with substitution pairs, and way more possibilities than can be covered in a video or blog.

That is why people take lessons: way better results and progress, much more complete information, way more creative ideas they learn in lessons than you can get from a blog.
There is only so much that self-study can accomplish.

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I believe everything can always improve. I’d gladly implement your suggestions and ideas.

Be on the look out for more blogs about guitar, music, songwriting and music education.
Have fun! 🙂

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