Lorneta Ferguson

Lorneta is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice with Therapy Associates. She enjoys working with children and families; helping them to build loving, healthy, and lasting relationships. She specializes in working with children who have experienced early childhood trauma from maltreatment, abandonment, or have adoption issues. She works with families and foster families to discover what lies under the behavioral problems to help their children heal from past trauma. Lorneta completed her undergraduate work at Utah State University and graduate work at the University of Utah. She is currently finishing her doctoral degree in organizational psychology at the University of the Rockies.  She has an advanced certification as an Equine Assisted Psychotherapist (EAP) and conducts individual, family, and group sessions with her husband who is an Equine Specialist.  Lorneta has dedicated her life to helping children and families. She and her husband were foster parents for 12 years and adopted 2 of their 5 children. During her spare time she likes to spend it with her family (husband, 5 adult children, and 4 grandchildren) horseback riding, camping, hiking, playing board games, watching movies, and cooking together. She also enjoys reading, art, and photography. 

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Lorneta Ferguson, LCSW

Lorneta Ferguson, LCSW

Lorneta Ferguson, LCSW

Lorneta is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice with Therapy Associates. She enjoys working with children and families; helping them to build loving, healthy, and lasting relationships.

She specializes in working with children who have experienced early childhood trauma from maltreatment, abandonment, or have adoption issues. She works with families and foster families to discover what lies under the behavioral problems to help their children heal from past trauma.

 Lorneta completed her undergraduate work at Utah State University and graduate work at the University of Utah. She is currently finishing her doctoral degree in organizational psychology at the University of the Rockies.  She has an advanced certification as an Equine Assisted Psychotherapist (EAP) and conducts individual, family, and group sessions with her husband who is an Equine Specialist.

 Lorneta has dedicated her life to helping children and families. She and her husband were foster parents for 12 years and adopted 2 of their 5 children. During her spare time she likes to spend it with her family (husband, 5 adult children, and 4 grandchildren) horseback riding, camping, hiking, playing board games, watching movies, and cooking together. She also enjoys reading, art, and photography. 


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