Nari Jeter, Ph.D.

Specialized Teaching Faculty    850-644-3217    Vitae


Get to know Dr. Jeter


I am interested in relational processes across individual and family development, as they are nested in diverse contexts (race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, religion). More specifically, my passion is strengthening interpersonal and family relationships through encouraging self-awareness, improving communication skills, and increasing understanding of family and contextual influences. I incorporate these values to my clinical activities where I focus my work with individuals, couples, and families with relational issues. I also strive to disseminate the research, intervention and clinical activities of the Family and Child Sciences Department through university and community public speaking engagements.


All of my academic training has been interdisciplinary.

  • S., Molecular Biology, Grove City College
  • F.T., Marriage and Family Therapy, Drexel University
  • D., Marriage and Family Therapy, Florida State University

Publications and Other Scholarly Activities

  • Advisor to the Family and Child Sciences Undergraduate Club
  • Origination, development and teaching of E-Series Course, IFS 2071: Intimate Relationships
  • Online course development and revision

Courses taught:

  • FAD 2230: Family Relationships
  • FAD 3220: Individual Lifespan Development
  • FAD 3343: Contexts of Adulthood and Aging
  • FAD 4601: Foundations of Counseling
  • FAD 4805: Practicum in Family and Child Sciences
  • FAD 4932: Pre-Professional Development in Family and Child Sciences


  • Office of Distance Learning Award for Excellence in Online Course Design
  • Nominations for University Teaching Award
  • PREP/CPREP certified provider
  • PAIRS certified provider
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