Maria-Anne Duncan, LCSW

Staff Licensed Clinical Social Worker

“To heal is to touch with love that which was previously touched with fear.” — Stephen Levine

Specialty
Talk Therapy
LGBTQ+
Years of Experience
20
Locations
New York
Education
  • Marist College, BSW
  • Fordham University, MSW
Languages
English

Maria-Anne Duncan, LCSW-R holds the position of psychotherapist at Talkiatry. She has over twenty years experience working with individuals, families and groups addressing symptoms of anxiety, depression and trauma. Before joining Talkiarty, Ms. Duncan worked as a Director of Clinical Services for a not-for-profit in the Hudson Valley Region of New York State.  Prior to that, Ms. Duncan worked for a local hospital in the psychiatric department providing treatment to the Inpatient and Outpatient units. She has held several positions as a clinician and program director. Additionally, Ms. Duncan has taught parenting classes, Mental Health First Aid and  provides training on Trauma-Informed Care. Ms. Duncan started her career as a clinician in a Crime Victims' Assistance Program funded by New York State.  Through this experience she began to explore the effects of trauma on individuals, their families and the community.  

Ms. Duncan has been trained in both EMDR (Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and SE (Somatic Experiencing).  She utilizes these body-focused therapies to help her clients be released from years of painful energies locked in their systems. Ms. Duncan received her Bachelors Degree from Marist College and her Masters from Fordham University.  She has been trained to supervise Social Work Students in their field placements.  Ms. Duncan appeared in the Vassar College student developed training video, "He said, She said" which is used to train peer sexual assault counselors.  In April of 2022, she became a trainer for LivingWorks "SafeTALK" program.  Additionally, Ms. Duncan has a trained therapy dog, Monkey, who goes with her to local hospitals and nursing homes to provide comfort and affection.

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