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Inner Critics, Antidepressants, and the Medicalization of Emotions

7.01.19

By Adam Zwig, PhD

Everybody Must Get Stoned
Diagnoses of depression have skyrocketed since 2013. New statistics released by Blue Cross Blue Shield state that diagnosis rates have risen 47 percent for millennials and 63 percent for adolescents. Depression is the second most impactful...

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Psychology’s Fake Science and How to Fix It

6.01.19

By Adam Zwig, PhD

Me and the Mad Hatters
When I'm not writing songs, recording, and touring, I work in the field of psychology and therapy. For ten years I lived in Zurich, Switzerland where I dealt with clients in both institutional psychiatric settings and private practice. I worked...

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The Connection Between Music and Psychotherapy

5.01.19

By Adam Zwig, PhD

Strange Bedfellows
As far back as I can remember I’ve been in love with both music and psychology. As a child I’d take time between singing songs with the radio to inexplicably ask my parents things like, “Why are some people happy and some sad?” and “Why do...

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