KELLY QUACH, LMFT
If deemed appropriate, I often utilize music and vocal improvisation within a safe environment to work with clients who have frozen, numbed-off areas in the body that hold traumatic experience to help clients with an opportunity to express the inexpressible, to give voice to the whole range of their feelings.
Ultimately, singing meaningful songs often help releasing blockages of energy and feelings, allowing a natural flow of vitality and a state of equilibrium to return to the body. Clients can create new responses to old situations and gradually allow other hidden parts of themselves to emerge in the music. Finally, to take what they learn from vocal improvisation into their lives.