In the Star Trek universe, Vulcans like Dr. Spock always think objectively and rationally. We’re not Vulcans. Human beings have a tendency toward self-deception – a trait that was a valuable part of human evolution and helped us survive over centuries. But fight or flight responses aren’t as needed or useful in everyday 2017. Steve Lambert and Stephen Duncombe help you understand common cognitive distortions and how to put them to use in the practice of artistic activism. This originally aired Feb 3rd, 2017 but is still relevant.

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Notes

Here’s the two handouts Lambert mentioned in the webinar.

  1. Cognitive Distortions for Creative Activists
  2. David Burns CBT Daily Mood Log

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Newt Gingrich feels like crime is up, so it must be true:

Most of this is pulled from a few books:
David Burns’ “Feeling Good” and “The Feeling Good Handbook.” library link

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