Dr. Susan E. Klear — Licensed Psychologist

FAQs About BMT

Frequently Asked Questions About Brain Music Therapy

Who can benefit from Brain Music Therapy?

You can benefit from Brain Music Therapy if you are suffering from:


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A sleeping disorder, such as insomnia.

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Anxiety, such as a panic disorder, social phobia, generalized anxiety disorder, or posttraumatic stress disorder.

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Depression, such as a major depressive disorder, or adjustment disorders with depression.


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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Individuals who experienced Brain Music Therapy, including both adults and children, demonstrate a significant increase in attention span, and improved performance and concentration on exams.

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Migraine and tension headaches. Individuals who experienced Brain Music Therapy report significant decreases in intensity and severity of the pain during migraine attacks and tension headaches.
People who experience daily stress or a sudden increase in stress due to work or personal situations can also benefit from Brain Music Therapy.

By reducing and eliminating imbalanced brain activity, Brain Music Therapy fights insomnia, anxiety, depression, stress, and headaches, and improves productivity and concentration.

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The following groups demonstrated improvement after Brain Music Therapy:


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Substance abuse and/or dependence: Individuals who experienced Brain Music Therapy report a significant relief of withdrawal symptoms during the detoxification period.

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Auditory Hallucinations: Individuals who experienced Brain Music Therapy report a considerable decrease in hearing voices.

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Business people report higher levels of productivity and concentration.

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Shift workers, such as medical, transportation, and night club personnel, report enhanced adaptive abilities.

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Athletes demonstrate a significant improvement of their performance and higher results in competitions.

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Members of the military report better performance and enhanced adaptive abilities.

What Makes BMT Different and Better than Alternatives?


  • No chemicals.

  • No dependence.

  • No withdrawal.

  • No reported side effects to date.

  • Backed by solid scientific evidence, including double-blind randomized studies, which are a gold-standard for medical research.

  • Customized to an individual√≠s unique EEG patterns.
  • Cost effective.

In addition, Brain Music Therapy can be used as a valuable complementary treatment if you need to remain on medications. By extracting the healing patterns of your brain, and thus enhancing your own adaptive abilities, Brain Music Therapy will amplify the effect of medications. So in the long run, you may require a smaller dosage of the medication that you are currently taking.

By improving emotional regulation, decreasing anxiety and depression, as well as helping with insomnia, Brain Music Therapy will enhance various psychotherapeutic modalities, including DBT (dialectical therapy), CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), and traditional psychodynamic psychotherapy.

Brain Music Therapy has been successfully used in a variety of medical settings since 1993 in France, Italy, Switzerland, and Canada. More than 10,000 people from around the world have benefited from it.

The curative effect of Brain Music Therapy is backed by double-blind studies on a small-scale group basis. 82-85% of people studied reported a significant improvement of their symptoms after experiencing Brain Music Therapy.

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When Do I Get Results?

It usually takes 3-4 weeks of listening to the CD to achieve sustained improvement.

How Long Do the Results Last?

A human organism is a dynamic system with continuous adaptive changes. Repeatedly using the same therapy may desensitize the human body to the original effect. This pattern may also be observed with individually tuned music files.

If after a period of success, you begin noticing a reduction of the original effect, your brain wave patterns have changed. The best solution would be to record a new EEG and obtain a modified set of music files.
What does Brain Music sound like?

Although each individual’s brain music file is unique, brain music generally sounds like classical piano music.

Are There Any Safety Issues?

No. There are currently no safety issues for Brain Music Therapy. The EEG recording is a safe and non-invasive procedure with no reported side effects to date. The gel used during the recording is colorless and odor-free. Listening to the therapeutic music files should be practiced at a reasonable volume.


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