Andy Ferguson LCSW-C
Andy has worked at an adolescent treatment center for girls in Utah and has also worked as a therapist at an adolescent boys’ residential treatment center on Independent Samoa in the South Pacific. In these roles, Andy developed a passion for helping adolescents and their families to overcome the effects of addiction and behavioral issues.
After returning from Samoa, Andy worked for a community mental health agency in their youth outpatient department in Utah. He worked closely with the Division of Child and Protective Services and the State Foster Care system in providing counseling to children and adolescents struggling with depression, anxiety, learning disorders, attachment disorders, oppositional defiance, as well as other struggles at home or at school. Andy also worked as a crisis worker for the agency assisting local law enforcement, emergency room workers, and ecclesiastical leaders in providing solutions and support to community members in crisis.
Prior to starting to his own practice, Andy worked as a counselor for LDS Family Services in Frederick, MD.
Andy loves his job! He’s thrilled for the chance he has to build relationships with his clients and see them grow and progress to reach their potential. He strongly believes that therapy can be a powerful tool in creating lasting change in families.
In his free time, Andy loves playing tennis, basketball, running, photography and spending time with his family. He currently resides in the Frederick area with his wife and four children.
- Brigham Young University
- Brigham Young University
B.S. Psychology, 2005
After returning from full-time missionary service to Washington, D.C., Misty worked at Heritage Residential Treatment Center in Utah, where she enjoyed mentoring inner-city youth from all over the country. More recently, Misty volunteered as a program facilitator with her husband in the LDS Addiction Recovery Program.
Misty loves working from home, scheduling and billing for Connection Counseling Center. She is passionate about advocating for marriage and family, and will graduate with a bachelor's degree in marriage and family studies from BYU-Idaho in summer of 2018. During her undergraduate work, Misty developed an online curriculum for parents of teenagers: https://connect4yourteen.blogspot.com/ Misty hopes to pursue a master's degree in social work in the near future, with the aim of becoming a counselor, child and family advocate, and family life educator.
In her limited free time, Misty enjoys sewing, writing, cross-stitching, reading, watching Netflix, and probably more than anything - sleeping. She loves spending time with her husband and three crazy/busy kids. Misty is the author of three self-published Austen retellings and hopes she'll have more time for writing when she's done with school.
Brigham Young University-Idaho, BS Marriage & Family Studies, July 2018