Therapeutic Strings

“Stay Connected, Listen to Music”



Music Tones are Measured

Hz is simply how we measure sound. Musical instruments are usually tuned to a standard pitch of A=440. I find out the frequency of the sound and adjust the music to it. This gives the music a chance to become harmonious and easy to listen to.

There are many sounds we can benefit from; Ocean waves, Thunderstorms, Crickets, Birds, Waterfalls, the list goes on. I have various Album’s with these combinations available in a 1 gig USB.

Stages of Change

Stages of Change

1. Precontemplation Stage: the behavior is not yet acknowledged as problematic and the person has no intention to change in the foreseeable future.

2. Contemplation Stage: the person realizes that the behavior is a problem and considers the advantages and disadvantages of changing.

3. Preparation/Determination Stage: the person intends to change the behavior and researches treatment options or alternative behaviors.

4. Action Stage: the change has been made and the person adapts to their new habits and behavior.

5. Maintenance Stage: the person has demonstrated a commitment to long term change by sticking to their new choices.

6. Relapse/Termination Stage: the person reverts back to their former, undesirable behavior.

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  • Reduces Stress and promotes wellness
  • Improves communication
  • Supports positive mood and emotional states
  • Enhances awareness of the environment
  • Allows for participation in client treatment
  • Enhances memory
  • Promotes physical rehabilitation and movement
  • Music Therapy-teaching others to play instrumentsI also perform and conduct seminars for providers as well as clients who love music and learn about how listening to music affects our brain.

Contact Us

Therapeutic Strings

Randy Melick
       M.A. QMHP/Therapeutic Musician

(660) 619-6820


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