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Susan Katharine Stover Ferguson, American nurse, psychotherapist, consultant.


Ferguson, Susan Katharine Stover was born on March 11, 1944 in Warsaw, Indiana, United States. Daughter of Robert Eugene and Barbara Louise (Swaney) Stover.


Diploma in nursing, Methodist Hospital, 1966;Bachelor in Psychology, Purdue University, 1988;Master of Social Work, Smith College, 1991;advanced certified in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Psychoanalytic Psychotheraphy Center, 1993-1994.


Staff nurse, health hazard appraiser, Methodist Hospital of Indiana, Indianapolis, 1966-1968;staff nurse, United States Public Health Service, Bethel, Alaska., 1968-1970;instructor childbirth preparation, Wabash, Indiana, 1973-1983;nurse, Family Physicians Associated, Wabash, 1976-1983;research assistant, Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1986-1988;staff nurse, self-awareness seminar coordinator, Charter Beacon Hospital, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1988-1989;intern clinical social work, Clifford Beers Guidance Center, New Haven, Connecticut, 1990-1991;psychiatric nurse, Yale-New Haven Hospital, 1990-1991;private practice, Citadel Psychiatric Clinic, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1991-1993;director social services, Charter Northridge Behavioral Health system, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1993-1994;director social services, clinician adult psychiatry, Charter Northridge Hospital, Raleigh, 1993-1994;private practice, Raleigh, since 1993.


Board of directors Hoosiers for Safety Belts, Indianapolis, 1987-1988, Indiana Medical Pol.Action Committee, Indianapolis, 1986-1987. Coordinator, founder Safe Start Infant Safety Seat Loan Program, Wabash, 1981-1987. Participant in leadership development committee Wabash County Chamber of C., 1983.

Workshop leader Wabash County Hospital Stop Smoking Program, 1982-1983. Member Charles F. Menniger Society, North Carolina Psychoanalytic Society, Kappa Kappa Kappa.


Married Philip Charles Ferguson, October 2, 1965 (divorced). Children: Scott Duane, Shawn Alaine, Erin Kirsten.