Elevations RTC has a Musical Arts Program and offers the Genote Program that uses music and sound to improve health and well-being.
OGDEN, UT, February 26, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — There are numerous evidence-based approaches to helping those who struggle with various disorders, including anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. Elevations RTC has a Musical Arts Program and offers the Genote Program that uses music and sound to improve health and well-being.
Students can use music to help relieve stress, provide an environment to explore their feelings, or even be an effective pain management method.
Most people know how music can match their mood, but it can also change your mood. If you’re feeling down, you might turn to music that fits this mood, but gradually changing the music into something more uplifting can improve your health. This gradual change can help elevate the mood and help you leave feeling better about yourself and your particular situation.
The Genote Program that Elevations RTC uses, provides music chosen through thousands of hours of study and testing. When listening to this music, the repetitive and rhythmic nature of the music can help to regulate one’s mood. This music can relax and calm students struggling with anxiety and other mental health problems.
At Elevations RTC (Residential Treatment Center), the use of their Musical Arts and Genote Program has been shown to benefit participants in several ways. The use of uplifting music can positively change a person’s well-being.
Music is often a very social part of everyday life. We hear music at parties, school, weddings, and more. Using this music to improve health, utilizes tools most teens are already involved with.
When participants feel like they’re doing something enjoyable and productive, they’ll be more open to exploring their feelings and using the program to help them manage stress or other issues they’re working through.
With the Genote Program and the tools that it offers, Elevations RTC can help guide students to feel happier and more positive about themselves. The music itself can be uplifting and helps the overall goal of living healthier lives.
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