Carroy (Cuf) Ferguson
University of Massachusetts
Dr. Carroy (Cuf) Ferguson has a PhD in Psychology from Boston College. He is a tenured professor, former dean, and currently human service internship coordinator at College of Public and Community Service, UMass Boston. In 2006, he made history by becoming the first African American president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology, and is currently in that role again. He is an author of books and articles; a clinical practitioner; Associate Editor, Journal of Humanistic Psychology; and co-founder of two visionary organizations (Associates in Human Understanding; Interculture, Inc).
Clinical psychology; Evolution of consciousness, energy, and belief systems; Human relations; Race relations; Organizational development; Social justice; Self-empowerment; Multicultural dynamics.