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Angel C. Duncan, PhDc, MA, MFT, ATR
Angel C. Duncan is a marriage and family therapist, art therapist and research clinician specializing in Alzheimer's disease. She is involved in biomarker  neuroimaging clinical trials and therapeutic program services for persons living with cognitive and memory disorders. She works globally with leading organizations in brain health initiatives. Angel has an extensive background in counseling psychology, life transitions and Alzheimer's disease phases 1b, 2 and 3 clinical research trials. She is a widely published author, speaker, and has been featured in various media for her work.

 

Art is a universal language. Since the dawning of human existence, art has been used as documentation. Humans rely on art for historical, scientific and relational purposes to life. Without art, we would not have the in-depth knowledge or understanding of mankind that we do today. The arts and neurosciences compliment one another, connecting us as a society in hope and wonder- dreamers of awe and inspiration in mind, body and spirit.  ~ Angel C. Duncan

Enrichment
Encouragement
Empowerment
 
~Be the difference that makes the difference~
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services
  • Consultant: study rater applications, wellness programs, marketing and recruitment campaigns, grant writing

  • ​Keynote Speaker: Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, research trends and clinical trials, caregiver stress management, mental health, lifestyle factors, and the importance of creativity on the aging brain

  • ​Professor/Instructor: adult and older adult psychopathology/neurological disorders, art therapy in pathology and medical populations, death & dying, arts in health and thesis advisor

  • ​Writer: mental health, dementia forms, art and neurology

  • ​Art Psychotherapist: individual and group sessions

  • ​Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

  • ​Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • ​Person-Centered Therapy / Personhood Approaches

  • ​Medical Art Therapy

  • ​Psychopathologies: Mood and Personality Disorders

  • ​Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias

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