The Cognitive Rampage
By Author and Host Adam Lowery
The Cognitive RampageJul 28, 2020
Cognitive Rampage #297: Comedian Philosophy
I was a guest on the SaltyFresh Perspective Podcast with Steve McMurtrie. It happen to be on the anniversary of my book release as well. We covered so many topics and rabbit holes I can't list them all here. I hope you enjoy!
Cognitive Rampage #296: Core Beliefs
I know it has been a minute, but bc of that this one has been building up. I ask you to take a different approach to the Core Beliefs I write about in my book and have previously discussed.
Cognitive Rampage #295: Interviewed On The Salty Fresh Perspective Podcast
Cognitive Rampage #295: Interviewed On The Salty Fresh Perspective Podcast, plus my long intro.
Cognitive Rampage #294: I Ain't Dead Yet
Some motivation for you!
(new) Cognitive Rampage #293: Dr Michael Wood Jr
Michael returns to the Cognitive Rampage to discuss Policing in America, changes needed, his experiences, ideas for change, the truth behind "crime rates", racism on the force, police training issues, the serious impact of lead exposure to violence in certain areas and era, and so much more.
Cognitive Rampage #292: What Genre is your life?
We all have our narrative we tell. Full of stories that shape our reflection to ourselves.
Cognitive Rampage #291: It is NOT about sacrifice
Self sacrifice does not mean happiness in life or for those around you in the long run.
Cognitive Rampage #290 Guilt, Shame and Who You Are - listening to shame - living guilt free - shame
The difference between guilt and shame, how we define ourselves by social constructs and the destruction this sets us up for - listening to shame - guilt verses shame.
Cognitive Questions #4: What is the hardest lesson you‘ve had to learn?
#CognitiveQuestions #4: What is the hardest lesson you‘ve had to learn? Your answers and comments used for the #CognitiveRampage Podcast
Cognitive Rampage #289: Anxiety Hack
BE AWARE in the toil is where depression and anxiety live.
Cognitive Rampage #288: Dr. Cassie Huckaby
Dr. Cassie Huckaby, Founder of Grit Natural Medicine is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, Clinical Immunology and Integrative Approaches to Autoimmune Disease, The Institute for Specialized Medicine, Functional Neurology, International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation, Bachelor of Science in Nutrition & Chemistry
Cognitive Rampage #287: Dr. Andrew Hahn
Dr. Andrew Hahn is a licensed clinical psychologist and founder of Guided Self Healing (GSH), an energy psychospiritual mindbody framework for healing the deepest trauma. He received his B.A. from Harvard University and his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Hahnemann University. A call for greater understanding beyond the traditional Western paradigms led him to the worlds of Buddhist and Eastern Psychology; Mystery Trainings; and Depth, Archetypal and Spiritual Psychology.
TCR #286: Zach Rhodes, Author of Outgrowing Addiction with common sense instead of disease therapy
Zach Rhodes Author of Outgrowing Addiction: with common sense instead of "disease" therapy , Addiction Counselor at Stanton Peele's Life Process Program, Host of the Social Exchange Podcast and Educational Consultant
Cognitive Questions #3: What is your best advice for the youth today?
Pulling from your comments on Cognitive Rampage Instagram and Facebook Pages Cognitive Questions posts.
Michael Wood Jr - Cognitive Rampage #285
I wanted to repost one of my favorite guests who is episode 85 for this Cognitive Rampage Rewind; Michael Wood Jr
Cognitive Questions #2 What is the best way for a person to attain happiness?
What is the best way for a person to attain happiness? I use your comments from my #CognitiveQuestions #2 post on Instagram. Thank you to everyone engaging and sharing your answers and beliefs, it IS THE SHOW!
Cognitive Questions #1: What qualities do you admire in a friend?
Pulling from your comments on my Instagram and personal FB page question posts, and discussing your answers.
Cognitive Rampage #284: Labels
I talk about applying labels on ourselves and things to be aware of when doing so. Whether it's your career, relationship or past, all these can force us to create mental labels that have become beliefs.
TCR #283: Dr. Carl Hart
A show from our archive. Dr. Hart is an Associate Professor of Psychology in both the Departments of Psychiatry and Psychology at Columbia University, and Director of the Residential Studies and Methamphetamine Research Laboratories at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. A major focus of Dr. Hart’s research is to understand complex interactions between drugs of abuse and the neurobiology and environmental factors that mediate human behavior and physiology. He is the author or co-author of dozens of peer-reviewed scientific articles in the area of neuropsychopharmacology, co-author of the textbook, Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior, and a member of a NIH review group. Dr. Hart was recently elected to Fellow status by the American Psychological Association (Division 28) for his outstanding contribution to the field of psychology, specifically psychopharmacology and substance abuse.
Cognitive Rampage #282: Sean Lowery
Sean Lowery is an Entrepreneur, Host of The Sean Lowery Show and Founder of United Monograms. We cover so many topics! Business, Mental Health, Mindset, Beliefs, Fear, Anxiety, Podcasting, Life, World War 1 and 2, Native American History, Society today, Joe Rogan's Podcast, finding the silver lining, addiction, cancel culture, lacrosse, sports, protests, the brain, and Sean Lowery leaves his best advice.
Cognitive Rampage #281: Appreciate Your Darkness
Just a little reminder, it's how you look at it, and what you believe.
Cognitive Rampage #280 Misconceptions Of Passion and Purpose
I visit the ideas of passion and purpose, dissect the terms, how we apply them and the misconceptions.
#279: 1 Simple Step To Making Tough Choices
1 Simple Step To Making Tough Choices. One of the many tools from my book The Cognitive Rampage available on Amazon.
Cognitive Rampage #278: Dr. Patricia Zurita Ona
Dr. Zurita Ona, or “Dr. Z,” is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in California. For over fourteen years she has developed significant experience working with children, adolescents and adults struggling with anxiety and emotion regulation problems; particular areas of expertise are Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Dr. Z serves on the Board of Directors for OCD SF Bay Area, an affiliate of the International OCD Foundation (IOCDF), and is in charge of the Clinical Symposium for the annual conference of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA). Dr. Z is the author of the following books: ACT beyond OCD: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy workbook for adults The ACT Workbook for Teens with OCD: Unhook Yourself and Live Life to the Full, is dedicated to all the teens she worked with and were struggling with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Parenting a troubled teen: using acceptance and commitment therapy, written for parents or caregivers raising teens struggling with “feeling too much, too quick, and acting too soon.” Escaping the emotional roller coaster: ACT for the emotionally sensitive, a self-help book for adults struggling with having an emotional switch that goes on and off, anytime, anywhere. Dr. Z is the co-author of the book Mind and emotions: a universal protocol for emotional disorders” that has received a “Self-help seal of merit” from the Association for Behavior and Cognitive Therapists (ABCT).” Dr. Z also presents at local, national, and international conferences her clinical work. In addition to her doctoral training, Dr. Z is a graduate of the International OCD foundation Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI) for the treatment of pediatric OCD and adult OCD; her clinical work is primarily based on Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), the recognized front-line treatment for OCD, anxiety and related condition disorders. Dr. Z completed a 10-day intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and over the last 10 years, she has been learning, practicing, and teaching Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) applied to specific populations. In 2019 Dr. Z was nominated a Fellow of the Association of Contextual Behavioral Science. In addition to private practice, Dr. Z is a clinical faculty for The Wright Institute where she supervises and teaches doctoral students.
Cognitive Rampage #277: Christie Arkovich, Student Loan Attorney
Ms. Arkovich is a Florida licensed attorney for over 25 years. She was former trial counsel for Sallie Mae, and ECMC. She is a frequent Continuing Legal Education lecturer on student loans and consumer debt collection laws for other attorneys. Ms. Arkovich writes a quarterly column for the TBBBA, Student Loan Sidebar, about recent student loan related laws, regulations and developments nationwide. She helps many people struggling with student loan debt change their lives.
Cognitive Rampage #276: Internet Arguments and Changing Beliefs
Adam addresses issues with internet arguments, changing, and enforcing beliefs onto others, changing your and others' minds.
Cognitive Rampage #275: Dr. Patricia Gerbarg, MD
Patricia L. Gerbarg, M.D. Professor in Psychiatry, New York Medical College, Brown University and Harvard Medical School Alumni. Co-Author of The Healing Power of the Breath and other award winning books, Researcher, An expert in psychiatry, trauma, neurobiology, and the integration of mind-body practices in psychotherapy for the American Psychiatric Association (APA). Her research focuses on mind-body practices for reducing the effects of stress, anxiety, trauma, and stress-related medical illnesses.
In addition to her clinical practice of psychiatry, Dr. Gerbarg provides consultation and clinical supervision and facilitates the development of research projects on the health benefits of mind-body practices. Her interest is the integration of psychiatry, standard medicine, mind-body treatments, nutrients and medicinal herbs to promote healthy living, disease prevention, and more effective treatments for stress, fatigue, depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. With Dr. Richard P. Brown she has co-authored over 40 scientific articles, book chapters, and health books on complementary and integrative treatments. In The Rhodiola Revolution, they present the scientific basis for the health benefits of an adaptogen herb in the context of a five-step holistic approach to reducing stress and maintaining energy. Their award-winning books include, How to use Herbs, Nutrients, and Yoga in Mental Health Care (WW Norton 2009), Non-Drug Treatments for ADHD (WW Norton 2012) and The Healing Power of the Breath.
Cognitive Rampage #274: Mina Chow, AIA NCARB
Mina Chow is an interdisciplinary licensed architect, filmmaker and Adjunct Assoc. Professor at the USC School of Architecture. She is a contributor to National Geographic, NY Times, National Public Radio, and Public Radio International as a Nationally recognized expert on design communication and leadership. Mina is the founding principal of the design firm mc² SPACES, which connects the public’s interest to the design of the built environment. She highlights the humanity, passion and sacrifice of this process with stories that reveal its creation and destruction. Her films and interdisciplinary work communicate important underlying relationships between design and culture-- showing that it permeates throughout history—and that it belongs to everyone.
Cognitive Rampage #273: Tony Jack The Bear Mantz
Legendary Music Mastering Man Tony Jack The Bear shares his recent experiences with DMT and the changes it has made on his life. He shares his philosophies about life, how he's dealing with the Covid issues in Australia, his favorite music era, comics and much more.
Cognitive Rampage #272: Joe Rogan Experience Appearance
My appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast. I talk about the corruption in addiction treatment, the horrific policies, treatment and more #Chemicalincarceration.
Cognitive Rampage 271: Which Animal Are You?
Get your pen and pad or phone thumbs ready for this psychological activity. You can do this with your Partner, Kids, Friends and Anyone. Which animal are you and what does it mean?
Cognitive Rampage #270: No Comparison
Cognitive Rampage #269: Sacrifice For Family?
Family and marriage...wait...it's not about sacrifice?
Cognitive Rampage #268: What Do You Want, Try It
I give you a brief written exercise to try. Simply for a change of perception, perhaps motivation and clearity.
Cognitive Rampage #267: Doing A Great Thing
Many times we are burdened by the idea of needing to accomplish a "great thing". I give you something to think about to help clear away the emotions clogging up your earned wisdom in order to see that you may have already done, or are doing this "great thing" today. I also give you a tool to help you make difficult choices more easily.
Cognitive Rampage #266: Issues With Covid19
Cognitive Rampage #265: Heather Quinlan
Cognitive Ramage #264: Dr Lane Phillips, DO & COVID19
Cognitive Rampage #263: The Goonies
Cognitive Rampage #262: Covid Call-In Show
Cognitive Rampage #261: Mental Health Help To Cope With Quarantine
I give you some tips to help with your mental health during the quarantine time to combat Covid-19 Coronavirus. I pose a question about how this is being handled by the President, and I end with a plea to all the World's people and Leaders.
Cognitive Rampage #260: Stacy Burgess: a sex trafficking story.
Cognitive Rampage #259: Big Biker George
Cognitive Rampage #258: Dying For Healthcare
I cover the issues in the US Healthcare costs, uninsured, and underinsured horror stories, healthcare for all, and hospital entrapment.
Cognitive Rampage #257: Stepping Back To Move Forward
Cognitive Rampage #256: Dreams and Sacrifice Truths
What to remember when being in a family, or a relationship, and what to eliminate.
Cognitive Rampage #255: The Prodigal Son
So about last night... yeah I was a tad tipsy, it took me a minute to catch my wave, but hey, it's my #CognitiveRampageFreestyle! Hope you're taking care of you...love you!
Cognitive Rampage #254: Jake Steiner
Jake is going to take us down the 100 billion dollar rabbit hole of eyeglasses, hiding the truth about myopia, selling us all lenses we don't really need and making our eyesight worse, and this highly profitable cover-up.