Angel Morgan, Ph.D.Sofia Core Faculty

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Biography:

Angel Kwan-Yin Morgan, founder of Dreambridge is Core Faculty and Director of Sofia University’s Dream Studies Certificate program in the United States and China. An interdisciplinary artist, she received her Ph.D. in Psychology from Saybrook University, her M.A. in Human Development from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, and her B.A. in Theater, Film, and Television from UCLA. A recipient of the William Fadiman writing award, she is a widely published author. Dr. Morgan is a Board Director and Past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams and a member of The American Psychological Association.

University Email: angel.morgan@sofia.edu

Pronouns (optional): She/Her

Research Interests (Ph.D. Faculty): Existential, Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology, Psychology of Anomalous Experience, Dreams, Dreamwork, Lucid Dreaming, PTSD Psychology and Healing, Creativity, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Literary Arts, Human Development, Parapsychology, Consciousness and Spirituality, Phenomenology, Tibetan Buddhism, Documentary Filmmaking, Gender Studies, Women’s Empowerment, Waldorf Education, and HeartMath.

Education:

  • PhD – Saybrook University
  • MA – Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota
  • BA – UCLA

Licensures & Certifications:

  • Certificate in Dream Studies
  • Certificate in Creativity Studies – Saybrook University
  • Waldorf Teacher Training – Rudolf Steiner College
  • Quality Classroom Certificate – Institute of HeartMath

Publications:

  • Krippner, S., Saunders, D. T., Morgan, A., & Quan, A. (2019). Remote viewing of concealed target pictures under light and dark conditions. Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing. 15(1), 27-37.
  • Morgan, A. K. (2018). Dreamer’s powerful tiger: A new lucid dreaming classic for children and parents of the 21st Century. Ashland, OR: The Dreambridge.
  • Morgan, A. K. (2014, December). Dream sharing as a healing method: Tropical roots and contemporary community potential. Journal of Tropical Psychology, 4(e12). doi:10.1017/jtp.2014.12. Retrievable from Cambridge University Press

Research Interests (Ph.D. Faculty):

Existential, Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology, Psychology of Anomalous Experience, Dreams, Dreamwork, Lucid Dreaming, PTSD Psychology and Healing, Creativity, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Literary Arts, Human Development, Parapsychology, Consciousness and Spirituality, Phenomenology, Tibetan Buddhism, Documentary Filmmaking, Gender Studies, Women’s Empowerment, Waldorf Education, and HeartMath.

Research & Training:

Research and teaching interests include: Existential, Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology, Psychology of Anomalous Experience, Dreams, Dreamwork, Lucid Dreaming, PTSD Psychology and Healing, Creativity, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Literary Arts, Human Development, Parapsychology, Consciousness and Spirituality, Phenomenology, Tibetan Buddhism, Documentary Filmmaking, Gender Studies, Women’s Empowerment, Waldorf Education, and HeartMath. President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (asdreams.org) Founder of Dreambridge (thedreambridge.com)

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