“Often we’ll use what’s called vocal toning or holding, where the client and I will both be vocalizing along with the notes. There’s also free-associative singing, in which they might tell a story from their past; for example we might revisit an incident of abuse, but through the voice we can transform it, find a way to help that person feel much more empowered.” I tell her how surprised I was by the strength of my own reaction. “It’s amazing how much you can get from just two chords,” she agrees.
Music Therapy Means Letting Go Of Language
Kirstin Butler

Love knowing about this new technique of toning and holding.

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