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Treatment for you is always highly personalized; tailored to your needs and personality.


I strive to listen and encourage you so that you are heard and supported in a safe, non judgmental environment.


We don't talk about changing surface behaviors or moods. We strive deeply in our session to heal deep pains and identify root causes.

Years of Experience


Workshops Led


Number of Clients Helped

Areas of Expertise

Over my years of expertise, I have been able to support many clients overcome mental , emotional, and spiritual blocks. Throughout that time, I have been fortunate enough to develop skills and treatment plans for the following areas of growth.

Some of my Influences

My therapeutic practice and my perception have been influenced by these profound individuals


Spiritual Teacher
Jiddu Krishnamurti was a philosopher, speaker and writer. In his early life he was groomed to be the new World Teacher but later rejected this mantle and withdrew from the Theosophy organization behind it.
Fritz Perls

Fritz Perls

Fritz Perls was a noted German-born psychiatrist and psychotherapist. He coined the term 'Gestalt Therapy' with his wife to identify the form of psychotherapy that he developed with his wife.
Thomas Hubl

Thomas Hubl

Spiritual Leader
Thomas Hübl is a contemporary spiritual teacher and modern mystic, known around the world for his work integrating ancient wisdom with modern science.
Roshi Sasaki

Roshi Sasaki

Zen Master
Kyozan Joshu Sasaki, Roshi was a Japanese Rinzai Zen teacher who sought to tailor his teachings to westerners, he lived in Los Angeles, United States.
Alan Watts

Alan Watts

Alan Wilson Watts was a British philosopher, writer, and speaker, best known as an interpreter and populariser of Eastern philosophy for a Western audience
Arthur Jonav

Arthur Jonav

Primal Therapy Founder
Arthur Janov, also known as Art Janov was an American psychologist, psychotherapist, and writer. He gained notability as the creator of primal therapy, a treatment for mental illness that involves repeatedly descending into, feeling, and experiencing long-repressed childhood pain. Janov directed a psychotherapy institute called the Primal Center in Santa Monica, California.

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Names have been edited upon client's request to confidentiality.
Dr. Carr provided me a safe AND nonjudgmental environment to discuss the issues that I was dealing with. Over time, I found myself talking to a wise friend rather than my "therapist".
My family and I have tremendously benefited from Dr.Carr's presence and mediation. We were able to talk through issues and get to the root cause; whereas otherwise, we would have circled around the issue superficially. Thanks a lot for your help Wayne!
Changes to my diet, and the way I saw and interacted with the world helped me move past anxiety and depression. Learning slowly to unlearn many of my old perspectives and learning to expand myself with newer, more positive ones; I feel much more of a full person, and I am still continuing to grow! Dr.Carr was a great catalyst that helped me on my journey of growth.
Dr. Carr has been so helpful in my search for peace and happiness. I have seen other therapists and none of them compare to Dr. Carr and his approach. I have so much appreciation for his work with me. It is a blessing that I have been able to meet with Dr. Carr for the last year.

My latest blogs

These are my latest blogs, written and updated regularly!

True Intelligence

True intelligence is always shifting. It’s pure agility. It transcends any problem so that it does not become trapped inside […]


I believe one of the true tests of two or more people being on a higher level or stage of […]


When I go to the supermarket and look at the physiques of the people around me; when I look in […]