Psychological Services

We all feel sad or worry about things from time to time. But sometimes, for some people, thoughts, behaviors or emotions can interfere with work, social interactions, or other parts of daily life. When this happens, it may be time to seek psychological services.

Your psychological health is inseparable from your physical well-being, and it’s just as important. Sometimes, an illness can affect both your body and your mind. Our clinical psychologist, Angela B. Duncan, Ph.D. specializes in health psychology. If you are struggling with a medical diagnosis, or you’re having trouble adhering to your prescribed treatment regimen, Dr. Duncan may be able to help. Dr. Duncan is trained to assess, diagnose and treat mental disorders using scientifically supported measures and therapies.

Dr. Duncan sees a broad range of patients, but consultations commonly relate to:
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  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Coping
  • Decision-making/problem-solving
  • Depression
  • Eating behaviors
  • Exercise/physical activity
  • Grief
  • Pain
  • Psychological testing/assessment
  • Sleep
  • Social/interpersonal communication skills
  • Stress
  • Substance use (alcohol, tobacco, caffeine)
  • Weight management
Dr. Duncan typically sees adults 18 or older, but children or adolescents may be seen on a case-by-case basis. When seeking psychological services, you should make it your first priority to find a therapist you are comfortable with. This is the foundation of a trusting, professional relationship aimed at facilitating your recovery.