You may be aware of how well music boosts your mood in general, but you might be surprised to learn that music can be beneficial for people in substance abuse treatment as well. Our unique music therapy program, Rock to Recovery, is led by a professional team of clean and sober musicians that guide the process, as well as helping clients develop their musical abilities and songwriting skills. In this unique music program, clients develop both music and interpersonal skills as a part of their addiction recovery process. 

We welcome the opportunity to give you more about all of our therapy programs and specifically how our Rock to Recovery program could be the key to meeting your emotional, physical, and mental needs during treatment and recovery. Our caring and professional team of therapists are standing by to answer any questions you may have.

What Is Music Therapy?

As part of our music therapy program, you will sing, create, or listen and move along to music as part of this therapeutic modality. Work alongside professionally trained musicians and music therapists. Music therapy sessions can be on both an individual and group level, tailored to address your needs. In dealing with mental health and emotional health challenges as a result of substance abuse, goals of music therapy include:

  • Better decision making
  • Stress and anxiety relief
  • Encouraging emotional exploration
  • Reducing the risk of relapse
  • Relaxation
  • Communication
  • Improved quality of life
  • Stronger coping skills

You do not have to have musical talent or the ability to sing or play an instrument to take advantage of our Rock to Recovery program, but you may be surprised at how you can step up and try something new as a result of a program like this. We’ve seen great accomplishments from those who take advantage of this program, and they carry this confidence into other areas of their life. 

How Music Therapy Assists in Addiction Recovery

People dealing with substance abuse can especially benefit from music therapy. That initial allure of drugs and alcohol may have been to relieve emotional anxiety and pain; however, using music can be an even more attractive way to help manage similar issues. Plus, a hands-on program like Rock to Recovery occupies the mind and body, making it easier to avoid substance use. The unique experience of playing music builds new neural pathways and promotes balanced brain chemistry. 

Rock to Recovery at Solution Based Treatment offers an intensive music-based curriculum that focuses heavily on skill-building, conflict resolution, self-awareness, responsibility, and building resilience in a sober group. Our Rock to Recovery music curriculum includes personal and professional development courses that help unite people as they develop creative writing, public speaking, instrumentals, singing, and music production. Participants are provided with a well-organized, multi-faceted music production industry experience.

Music therapy can be helpful for people in addiction recovery. It can also be helpful to people who struggle with the following:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • Bipolar disorder

If you are ready to begin a substance use treatment program, we’re ready to help at Solution Based Treatment. Our substance use treatment programs can help you defeat a variety of dependencies using both clinical and holistic approaches. We also offer dual diagnosis treatment. In addition to our Rock to Recovery program, we offer a variety of addiction treatment programs, including:

  • Detox Programs
  • Dual diagnosis treatment 
  • Intensive outpatient program (IOP)
  • Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
  • Partial hospitalization program (PHP)
  • Residential treatment 

Contact SBT today at 833.999.1941. We’re here to serve you in rebuilding a great foundation for lifelong recovery. Our caring and professional treatment team are standing by to answer any questions you may have.

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