What is Biosound Therapy & How Can It Help Addicts?

From the Show: Rewired Radio
Summary: Sarah Taylor, CRC, CATC, explains how biosound therapy can help addicts and those on recovery journeys.
Air Date: 10/9/15
Duration: 10 Minutes
Guest Bio: Sarah Taylor, CRC, CATC, MRAS
Sarah TaylorSarah Taylor has been counseling, case managing and working with clients who have Co-Occurring Disorders (Chemical Dependency and Mental Illness) since 1998. 

She has worked in residential treatment, outpatient treatment, and consulting, and is grateful to say that she learns valuable things from clients, colleagues and mentors almost every day. 

Currently, Sarah facilitates BioSound Therapy at Living Rebos in West Los Angeles. BioSound Therapy integrates Biofeedback, Sound Frequency Healing, Music Therapy and Guided Imagery to assist clients in reducing anxiety, stress, muscle tension and emotional dysregulation.
    What is Biosound Therapy & How Can It Help Addicts?
    Biosound therapy involves sitting in a special chair (similar to a dentist’s chair), covering yourself with a blanket, and being exposed to different vibrational patterns that you can both hear and feel. 

    The goal of biosound therapy is to relax your nervous system and put you into a state of deep relaxation that can even slow down your heartbeat. 

    It’s a treatment that’s particularly helpful for anxiety and depression.

    Sarah Taylor, CRC, CATC, MRAS, explains how it can also help addicts and those on recovery journeys.