• Shannon Sevigny, M.C., RP, CCC

Making You Feel The Rhythm Is My Occupation: Playlists For Different Moods

I'm a huge music fan. It dominates my life. It helps me cope. It transports me back in time, energizes me in the present, and excites me for the future. Below I have shared some of my personalized playlists that I lean on depending on my mood. In case you haven't picked up on this from the titles of some of my posts, I tend to like older music. So while I gladly share some music recommendations with you, be forewarned that 75% is pre-1990.

Image: The Blues Brothers (1980)


Playlist: Feel Good


This is a playlist for when I just need a pick-me-up. All these songs are guaranteed to make me smile, tap my feet, sing along, or do an awkward shoulder dance at my desk or in my car.


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Playlist: Slow Down


This is a playlist of songs that put me in a more serene or contemplative mood. Many of these are my favourite songs. I usually have this playlist on when I am working.


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Playlist: Chill Out


This playlist is a collection of instrumental melodies and ambient and classical music. I usually have this playlist on when I am reading or just need to relax.


Spotify Playlist Link

Bonus Playlist: Summer Tunes


I have listened to the same playlist of "summer songs" for the past 10 years, and I rarely add to it. Like during Christmas, summer is when I love to indulge in my nostalgia, so this playlist is a collection of songs that remind me of simpler times, warm weather, and specific summer memories. It's amazing how a song can carry you back to a certain time in your life, similar to the power of a scent.


Spotify Playlist Link




Featured Title Lyric: Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen)


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Hi! I'm Shannon and I am a Registered Psychotherapist. I also have lived experience with mental illness. My site is geared towards the discussion of various mental health and wellness topics. The hope is to demystify some mental health concepts and strategies; to increase mental health and emotional literacy; and to continue to normalize and destigmatize mental illness. 

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