Christine Ferguson, LPC
Ms. Ferguson is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with over 9 years of experience providing mental health counseling, crisis intervention and management services, and clinical case management services. She has worked with ADHD, bipolar, depression, anxiety, sensory integration, anger management, behavioral modification, couple’s counseling and emotional regulation. She has experience in working with populations from school age as young as 6 years old to adults. Ms. Ferguson’s passion is in working with women (all ages) particularly with acceptance and self-esteem, anxiety, depression, perfectionism/high expectations. She also has worked successfully with students regarding ADHD with sensory and executive functioning concerns. She has advocated profusely for accommodations for students in classrooms and worked tirelessly with IEP/504 planning.
Ms. Ferguson received her Bachelors of Science in Biology and Minor in Psychology from Springfield College as well as her Masers of Education in Psychology with a Concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy. She also obtained her Advanced Certificate in Dance Movement Therapy from Columbia College Chicago. Ms. Ferguson often utilizes Solution-Focus, Family Systems, and Cognitive Behavioral Techniques to address where the mind is “stuck”. She will utilize body-based and education of body-mind connection to help the client develop and heal through the body. And most importantly, she will help a client explore their faith as a support system and coping for overall well-being.
In her free time Ms. Ferguson has been actively involved in her church, is a huge nerd and reads all the time, tries to be physically active, and spends time with family and friends. She also works full-time during the academic year at William and Mary (and as such will not see students of the college).
Specialties: ADHD, bipolar, depression, anxiety, sensory integration, anger management, behavioral modification, couple’s counseling and emotional regulation.