The Music In Recovery Self-Care Guide will show you 5 ways that music can be part of your recovery toolbox. 

Are you on the frontlines?

There's a lot to be stressed about right now. It might be putting your recovery at risk.

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Music....for recovery? Yes!
Everyone reaches for something when they get stressed. Like many people, you're probably under tremendous stress right now. This stress could be putting your sobriety at risk. But, did you know that music is one of the best ways to relieve stress fast?! As a board-certified music therapist, I've been helping people use music to stay sober since 2008. 

There Are 4 Ways to Engage with Music


Make It


Write It


Listen to It


Relax To It

No Talent? No Problem. 

If you can clap, snap, tap, strum, sing, rap, scratch or hum....you can make music!

Tim Ringgold, MT-BC

Tim Ringgold has been a board-certified music therapist since 2008. He has provided music therapy to thousands of teens and adults in residential treatment, and is a sought after speaker, having shared the stage with some of the top minds on the subject of music and the brain. Tim was the first person to give a TEDx talk on music therapy in 2012. Tim is also a former Regional President of the American Music Therapy Association. Personally, Tim walked into his first 12-step room on February 17, 2003, so he knows first-hand what it's like to work and play a program of recovery. 
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