Dr Carrs Unique Approach

Presently, in our society, there is a tendency to make “shoulds” more important than “what is”, to make pathology more important than health and growth, to make lack of free will in a situation more important than taking response-ability for one’s own life, to make short term symptom reduction of specific disorders more important than the overall growth and actualization of the whole person, to make the control (medication) of psychic pain more important than the processing of this pain, to focus mostly on what is easily measurable and ignore what can’t easily be measured (the deep experience spontaneous aliveness and well-being). We try to correct for these unfortunate tendencies.