Meet Dr. Adam Zwig—psychologist-musician, educator, and author. He holds a PhD in clinical psychology, has had 9 Top Ten hit singles on the U.S Adult Contemporary charts, and is an internationally renowned workshop leader and lecturer. He has been featured in Billboard, People Magazine, and many other publications, interviewed on SiriusXM Radio, CBS Radio, and many other stations, and has 120 million views on YouTube. Dr. Zwig has released 7 albums and his songs can regularly be heard on NBC, Fox, and Fuel TV. His forthcoming book, Music in the Mayhem: Tales of Total Transformation from a Rock n Roll Psychologist, shows how life problems are not pathological but rather personal growth processes trying to happen. His podcast, The Dr. Zwig Show, posts new episodes every Tuesday.
“As a musician, music fan and doctor, music truly is therapy for Adam Zwig. With a Ph.D. in psychology, Zwig joins the ranks of Renaissance men like Brian May of Queen and Bad Religion’s Greg Graffin.”
LOS ANGELES, CA (July 14, 2020) —Education during the Renaissance era emphasized the whole person. People were encouraged to develop their intellectual, artistic, social, physical, and spiritual abilities. One was expected to speak several languages, play a musical instrument, write poetry, and excel in science, mathematics, and the arts. Enter Dr. Zwig—bilingual psychologist, clinical director, international workshop leader, singer-songwriter, recording artist, touring musician, author, podcaster, lecturer, and teacher.
Whether he’s working with clients, inspiring at the lectern, or rocking a packed theater, Zwig unlocks a powerful, passionate, and pure form of release. If rock ‘n’ roll equals freedom, then Dr. Zwig’s approach to the human condition is rock n roll therapy. “Traditional psychology and psychiatry have it wrong,” Zwig explains. “Your problem isn’t a disease—it’s your personal growth trying to happen. It’s your calling. It’s your life song trying to be heard. Even your worst issue is a meaningful and purposeful process that’s trying to awaken you to deep change. Just suppressing your symptoms misses the whole point.”
Zwig’s work stands out as living proof. This modern renaissance man has helped just as many people from the stage as he has from an office. Moreover, the results mirror each other in the most wonderful way possible. “You know how a song makes you feel a certain way?” he comments. “Happy, sad, mellow, or pumped up–these feelings are already in you. That’s why you’re drawn to certain music. It instantly connects you to something within yourself. It’s this other way of experiencing the moment. Processing your problems delves deeper into these feelings that live in the shadows of your psyche.”
With 50 new songs, 10 new music videos, collaborations with GRAMMY® Award winners Brandi Carlile and David Bianco, a forthcoming book–Music in the Mayhem: Tales of Total Transformation from a Rock n Roll Psychotherapist–and his podcast–The Dr. Zwig Show–this multi-talented scientist / artist aims to send us a message. “Your life is an unfolding process, and everything you experience—the good, the bad, and the ugly–aims at positive transformation,” he says. “The key is to learn to tap into the hidden intelligence, the mysterious music, the message in your life’s mess.”
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