E. Carr, Ph.D.
WA License # PY00002543 (active)
To personally contact Dr. Carr :
Dr. Wayne Carr
Dr. Carr received a Ph.D.
in psychology from University of Nevada Reno in 1992, Biofeedback Certification in 1993, an MA in
from Northern Arizona University in 1982, and a BA in psychology from Sonoma
State University in 1973. He has practiced in California, Nevada, and New Jersey. He is currently licensed as a Psychologist
for the State
of Nevada & California. He is originally from
Pasadena, California and is settled permanently in the Seattle Area.
Dr. Carr draws from his unique
background in cognitive-behavioral, humanistic & Gestalt therapies, biofeedback, and
He also has a background in Zen
meditation, martial arts, re- birthing,
breathwork and critical thinking. He is interested in developing Psychological Remote Viewing
and Therapeutic Remote Viewing
for use in psychotherapy, communication and health. He is into aerobics, cycling, windsurfing,
hiking, soaking in hot springs and life extension. His main interest is finding ways
to integrate the spiritual and the primal-emotion.
OTHER SPECIAL INTERESTS:
The therapeutic uses of awareness,
attention and emotional release;
Relationship of EEG to awareness
Exploration of subjective emotional
states and processes,
including ways of finishing emotional "unfinished
business"; Teaching clear communication skills
Writing or planning papers on "self-deception",
"self-therapy", "accessing the self", "mental clarity",
"cathartics' & meditation", "undoing retroflection's",
"Remote viewing- potential uses in psychotherapy."
Meditation, jogging, computers, aerobics, cross-country skiing,
cycling, hiking, martial arts, breathwork, windsurfing, web surfing.
"States of Awareness Associated with the Production of a
Five-Channel, Phase-Sensitive Brain Wave
Biofeedback signal (Ph.D. Dissertation)
Supervisors: Duane Varble, Ph.D.-chairperson, Bill Danton, Ph.D.
Joe Kamiya, Ph.D., Lester Fehmi, Ph.D.
"The Relationship of "Should", "Want", "Actional"
and "Emotional" Cognitive Activities to Hemispheric
Specialization" (Masters Thesis) 1984
Research Assistant in "speed listening" research, University of Nevada
Dr. Carr's Training & Background In Remote Viewing