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Music Can Help You Connect with Recovery

When you are on a self-destructive path with addiction, it can feel like being on a roller coaster ride that never ends. Once you make a decision to seek treatment, that all can change, for the better. Music is a great step towards healing in recovery.

Musical Intervention

Recovery Unplugged is a group that is on the forefront of bringing music to people in recovery. It is based on experience of the owner who also went through an intervention that changed his life. This approach is based on helping an individual sort through their trauma and stuff so they can move forward. The concept is mostly focused on providing tools to help individuals in recovery find what they need. It is not just about music therapy, it is about using music as a catalyst to help transform and engage the person with addiction in recovery to break down personal barriers.

Processing Pain

Working with people who have addiction and are in recovery is a multi-layered process. It is about seeking support from others to help guide you through the journey. Music is about participating in something that hits your soul. Whether you sing, play an instrument, or simply listen to music, it has the ability to break down barriers and build you up again. Music is woven into the fabric of the treatment through Recovery Unplugged, but music can really be beneficial in many forms for recovery. Some of the major benefits include:

  • Finding a new hobby
  • Meeting other people
  • Experiencing a soul deep transformation
  • Accelerate healing
  • Support healing of underlying issues of addiction
  • Give you better support for long journey of recovery

Getting into music in recovery is more about connecting with yourself than other people. Learning how to experience something for yourself that is healing may feel arrogant but it is an important part of healing and self-care. When you take this time for yourself, you’re doing yourself a favor for the journey ahead.

Don’t sell yourself short in recovery. If it’s music, exercise, or other forms of self-care you need, don’t be afraid to take advantage of it. Take what you need so you can be better for yourself and your family.  Let us help you recover from addiction and seek the resources you need to keep you clean and sober. We will help you find what you need. Call us 24/7 at our toll-free number: 844-339-6964