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For years I have held the view that in order for me to work effectively with anyone, I have to start from the perspetive of the "Beginner's Mind." This is a fundamental belief that honors every individual as they are, and enables me to meet you free from preconceptions, judgement and prejudice. I want every encounter with you to be respectful of the challenges that bring you to the point where you realize you need assistance.


I believe in the interconnectedness of individuals to systems like family, faith community, neighborhood, etc. This focus on people in context suggests that people are better understood not in isolation, but in relationship to the systems in which they belong. I want to understand those relationships and interactions in a way that is non-pathologizing (you are not sick); that is empowering; and that is collaborative.  You will find my style of counseling centers around being fully present with you in order to observe, with reverence, your strengths and challenges. Together, I believe we can collaboratively discover solutions to those issues that prohibit and inhibit personal growth and success.

Areas of Expertise

J.T. Ferguson, Jr.

B.A. / M.S /  LMFT


*Prepare/Enrich Certified Facilitator

  • Family/Parenting

  • Relationships *

    • couples

    • pre-marital

    • marriage

  • Adolescents

  • Men's Issues

  • Anxiety and Mood Challenges

  • Work/Career Issues

  • Stress Management

& Resources
Cooling Down Couple Fights
July, 2016

What are the stories about your relationship that you tell yourself that might be negatively impacting your situation?

The Surprising Things You Never Wanted To Know About Love

July, 2016


We think of love as a positive emotion, but there are some drawbacks to love.

Feathering The Empty Nest

July, 2016


Couples who were able to maintain their connection through the child rearing years will have a smoother transition into empty nest years.

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