Dr. Carr earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Master of Science in Cognitive/Social Processes, Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University. Broadly he is
interested in grief, meaning making, and health psychology. Specifically, he examines the mediators and moderators that contribute to complicated grief. His clinical focus is health psychology, having provided services in an integrated primary care
setting, an integrated chronic pain treatment facility, and in cancer care.
Carr, F. M., Jones, S., VanHoven, J., & Hess, R. (March, 2015). Integrated care and its implications for counseling health psychologists. Symposium presented at the 2015 Great Lakes Conference, Muncie, IN.
Van Hoven, J., Chan, J. Y., Nicholas, D., & Carr, F. (2016, August). The relationship between partner mutuality, attachment and vigilance for symptoms of chronic pain. Poster presented at the American Psychological
Association Convention, Denver, CO
Carr, F. M., & Rider, K. A. (August, 2015). Emotional intelligence among medical doctors: The role of counseling psychologists in emotional intelligence training. Poster presented at the 2015 American
Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, CA.
Chan, J. Y., Rustagi, M., Kubiesa, C., Kinsey, R., & Carr, F. (2015, March). Effect of Work on General Mental Health among Patients with Coronary Heart Disease. Poster presentation at the 2015 Great Lakes Regional Conference,
Kinsey, R., & Carr, F. M. (March, 2015). Military culture and its implications for counseling health psychologists. Poster presented at the 2015 Great Lakes Conference, Muncie, IN.
Carr, F. M., Hess, R. A., Evans, S., & Floore, L. (November, 2014). The Effects of Meaning Making and Help-Seeking on the Self-Forgiveness Process for Veterans. Poster presented at the 2014 Indiana Psychological
Association annual conference, Indianapolis, IN