Music is a universal language that most can relate and find impacts their person. Talent and experience is not required, as music therapy is about connecting to musical sound and not performing according to anyone else’s standards. Most patients find music therapy in addiction recovery something they look forward to and enjoy. For music making, only the will to participate is required. Participation is always judgment-free. Group music making may involve a multitude of instruments or sounds, such as a drum circle used to help expand self-expression and the ability to cooperate with others toward a common goal.