Key2MEE QUIZ recommends PRESCRIPTIVE PLAYLISTS

When your Emotional Profile results recommend a prescriptive playlist, you are experiencing a degree of unsettledness (i.e. anxiety, anger, depression or sadness) or a lack of peace or joy.

Prescriptive playlists manage moods in a way that support you being the master of mood control resulting in improved resilience which and may influence the use of medication three ways: physician-directed reduction, cessation or prescription.

Imagine being able to pivot with healthy emotional focus to achieve goals when something or someone interferes with your plans.

To mitigate anxiety and depression the “MAPP MEE Self-Assessment Tool Kit” takes what you learn in “The Sound of Healing” to a deeper, more personal level!  Spend 45-minutes completing this more in-depth emotional profile with a music listening self-assessment to found out if this prescriptive playlist “MEE Concert” will work for you, or require some modifications, or recommend yet another option, consulting with a Music4Life Specialist.

Similar to the “MAPP MEE Self-Assessment Tool Kit” above, this tool kit targets anger and depression with the 45-minute in-depth Emotional Profile music listening assessment. Discover if this prescriptive playlist called “Stress Brake” will mitigate anger and depression for you, or require some modifications, or recommend yet another option, consulting with a Music4Life Specialist.

Access “MEE in the Key of Peace” solo violin music playlist performed by music therapist Judith Pinkerton, which developed out of her hospital experience when her music replaced post-surgical medication.

Access a Music4Life Specialist to create a personalized prescriptive playlist called a Music Medicine Pill®. The process involves in-depth assessments of goals, history, music preferences, problematic and desired emotions.