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Meaghan Ferguson

MegMeaghan Ferguson is currently in the third year of her PhD in the
Clinical Psychology program at York University.  She is currently completing a practicum at the York  University Counselling Centre, where she is providing psychological intervention for a wide variety of individuals with a broad range of presenting problems.  She has also completed practicum placements in the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program at Toronto General Hospital and at the Correctional Services of Canada - Keele CCC.  Meaghan also works as a psychometrist conducting psychological and vocational assessments for individuals who have been injured through an accident.  Her research interests are primarily in pain management strategies for managing acute and chronic pain.  Her dissertation work involves the creation of an online pain management program based on an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy framework for individuals undergoing Total Knee Replacement.


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Updated on February 5th, 2013.