Anchor Yourself in Music
Online Music Therapy with a Board Certified Music Therapist
We are a virtual music therapy informed platform
Music acts as a medium for processing depression, trauma, and grief thereby minimizing its debilitating effects. It is also as a regulating or calming agent for anxiety and PTSD.
Integrated mental health care using psychotherapy and music therapy resulted in 2x the reduction of symptoms over 3 months compared to psychotherapy alone.
Because of its rhythmic and repetitive aspects, music engages the neocortex of our brain, which calms us and reduces impulsivity all through active listening.
Mainstream music you actually enjoy listening to based on your preferences. We introduce a less-threatening approach to process emotions, thoughts and experiences non-verbally.
StarTag* takes a radical approach to music curation. We leverage science, psychology, technology & musical preferences to harness the power of music to change people's lives.
Our therapeutic music toolboxes contain playlists that are short, powerful & action oriented. We personalize each one to your journey & current situation. All you have to do is identify where you are and listen.
Comfort + Confidence = New Decisions
Your musical preferences.
We know music.
We understand emotion.
We meet you where you are.
You'll be comforted.
You'll have confidence.
You'll make new decisions.
Participants consistently rated music therapy as more effective than other programming in addressing specific psychiatric deficit areas. Additionally, 57% of participants noted that music therapy was their favorite therapy.
~ Journal of Music Therapy
Music therapy is beneficial for patients receiving care for mental disorders and establishing this therapy within mental health service provision is necessary.
~ Journal of Psychological Medicine
Lyric analysis focusing on values’ clarification was shown to be an effective intervention for influencing perceived locus of control, and helping to develop a positive attitude towards self-esteem, resilience and recovery.
~ The Arts in Psychotherapy