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Jeremy Ferguson

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

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Jeremy “Ferg” Ferguson, LMFT

Jeremy is a Licensed Marriage and Family therapist with a Master’s degree in Christian Counseling – Marriage and Family Therapy from Oral Roberts University. He has experience with children, adolescents and their parents, helping them to learn skills to improve impulse control and symptoms of anxiety and depression. He’s also experienced in helping others work through grief issues. Jeremy is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and has helped clients learn how to cope with traumatic events that have adversely impacted their lives.

Jeremy also works with adults, individually, and with couples to identify stuck places in their lives and has helped them create new experiences as individuals and as a couple. He provides a safe environment that promotes emotional healing while also challenging clients and their families to develop new behaviors to become “unstuck” and create new, more positive life habits and experiences.

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About “Ferg”

Jeremy grew up in a small town in the St. Louis area and moved to Tulsa in 2007 to attend Oral Roberts University. It was at ORU that he was dubbed “Ferg” and the name has stuck ever since. “Ferg” and his wife live in Tulsa with their two cats (Kitty and Meredith) and their white lab (Bella). They currently worship at Church on the Move. ” Ferg” embraces his dorky nature and enjoys using his imagination, playing table top board games, and watching cartoons with his wife.


We continue to stay committed to the mental, emotional, and physical safety and well-being of all of our clients and the community at large. To that end, we will be temporarily closing the physical office and offering counseling sessions through TELEHEALTH ONLY, starting immediately after Thanksgiving and continuing at least through December 31st. This is not likely to change the dates or times of your appointments.

Because the number of COVID-19 cases continues to increase and hospital beds continue to become harder and harder to find for COVID patients, we are implementing this safety measure for the two weeks after Thanksgiving and will assess after the two week period ends. It is also highly likely that we will move to telehealth again at Christmas, if not before.