Realizing the potential of human resources
|Stan Ferguson is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Clinical Member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Stan has trained extensively in the Gestalt method of psychotherapy, but brings his own unique experience and wisdom into his counseling relationships with clients. He began his private practice in 1987 and has since helped hundreds of individuals, couples, and families move through difficult transitions and conflicts, manage depression and anxiety, and discover their own inner resources for maximizing enjoyment and success in their lives (see Counseling). Additionally, Stan frequently serves as a consultant, executive coach, and trainer to businesses and professional organizations (see Consulting and Training).
For several years, he served as resident psychotherapist for the Pediatric Diabetes Center of North Texas at Presbyterian Hospital of Plano, where he helped children and their parents adjust to chronic illness in the family. In addition, Stan has experience working with children and families in a psychiatric inpatient setting, and he has consulted with and trained many parents through his private practice. He is a frequent lecturer and consultant for educational and community organizations on themes related to children, and has presented his parenting ideas on local radio and television. He is author of the book What Parents Need To Know About Children (Ludic Press, 2002).
|Nancy Ferguson is Stan’s wife of over 40 years. A Licensed Professional Counselor and Play Therapist with many years of experience, Nancy joined Stanley B. Ferguson PC in October of 2004. She works primarily with children ages three through eight in her private practice with Stan, which includes her involvement in the Play Media programs at East Dallas Community School and Lindsley Park Community Charter School. Both these schools serve at-risk and low income children and their families. Play Therapy is a process which taps into every child’s natural urge to express him or herself through play, and provides a safe, therapeutic setting in which to gain awareness, self-esteem, and problem solving skills (see Play Therapy).
“It is a rare privilege to be invited by a child into his or her inner world,
and I view it as a sacred trust.” – Nancy Ferguson
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