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About Dr. Maura Ferguson

Learn more about Dr. Maura Ferguson

Dr. Maura Ferguson helps adults, couples and teens struggling with mental health and relational challenges. She believes that everyone has the right to good mental and emotional health.

 

She is a board-certified and licensed psychologist with a Psy.D from the California Institute of Integral Studies. Her clinical background includes community mental health, addiction, private practice, and education. 

 

Having worked in esteemed institutions like Access Institute of San Francisco and UCSF, she specializes in helping people navigate challenges such as low self-worth, trauma, and relationship complexities, using a compassionate and collaborative approach rooted in psychoanalytic principles.

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Starting the journey of self-discovery and healing requires courage, and we are here to walk this path with you. Our psychotherapy practice helps you loosen the grip of unconscious patterns and cultivate thriving connections.

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Explore your emotions and discover how they give life new meaning.

You’re an individual or member of a couple struggling with mental health and relationships, seeking support and understanding.

Amid the frustrations that often accompany challenges such as depression and anxiety, you're ready to embark on a path of healing.

Professional Memberships

Dr. Ferguson continues to engage in meaningful professional development through the following organizations:

  • College of Psychologist of Ontario

  • APA Division 39 Psychoanalytic Division

  • Board of Psychology of California

  • Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

  • Ontario Psychological Association

  • Canadian Psychological Association

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Dr. Maura Ferguson made a transition to working in mental health after working as an HIV test counsellor at UCSF AIDS health project in San Francisco, which gave her a very real and personal understanding of the effects of stigmas related to sexual orientation, gender identity, race, and class affect physical and mental health.

Her work in community mental health also gave me a deep appreciation of how much community and larger forces far beyond the nuclear family affect health for better or worse.

Dr. Ferguson has a background in Design and Urban Planning, something she remains interested in. She has travelled and lived abroad, which informed her understanding of the effects of immigration and displacement.

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