SoundTherapy.com offers affordable therapy for depression and anxiety with sounds that are proven to lower anxiety by 77% in hospital patients. There is an 85% overlap between anxiety and depression, and the sound therapy process has been proven to help depression too.
The process works by reminding the brain of relaxed attention brain rhythms through the sound rhythms. People experience the rhythms like a form of brain training, memorize the feeling like music, and become more aware of how they create the rhythm on their own with practice.
This our therapy process has been used by staff at The Mayo Clinic, The University of Minnesota Medical Center, Hazelden, and elsewhere. The process is easy to use, and affordable. you can also share your membership with people you know.
To learn more or sign up you can go to the front page at www.soundtherapy.com.
Peter Meilahn, Licensed Professional Counselor
Director of SoundTherapy.com | Teacher to Staff from The Mayo Clinic, Hazelden, The University of Minnesota Medical Center, The Department of Health and Human Services- Minnesota, and elsewhere.