Psychology, Freud, trauma theory, post-colonialism, neuroscience, genetics, biology
Carl's interests lie in his field of study, particularly trauma theory, psychology, and therapeutic narrative.
Carl is currently awaiting the acceptance of his PhD thesis by a committee of senior fellows at the Department of Graduate Studies.
As an aspiring doctorate fellow at the University of Utah, Carl has a wide range of knowledge regarding neuroscience, neuroplasticity, and MDR. He was written (unpublished) articles and abstracts concerning the therapeutic value of narrative, and has spoken on the subject in conferences across the state of Utah. He's also consulted at various medical informational firms that need his particular expertise for awareness campaigns and fundraisers.
As one of Carl's greatest passions, music has been a part of his professional and private life for a very long time. He has written online newspaper articles about various musicians, detailing their life achievements and legacies. He has also compiled succinct summaries for advertising clients that seek a concise synopsis of a musician's impact.
Carl has completed multiple grants and research proposals for clients across a wide range of subjects. He boasts an exceptional ability to succinctly propose or offer his main proposal without the use of long and winded narrative.
Carl has written two short ebooks for clients on the subject of ancient history. He thoroughly researched Classical documents and introduced them as evidence to support the overall subject of the ebooks (mythology). He consulted credible sources and implemented their merits in order to add reliability. He is also well-acquainted with ebook formatting.