Jennifer Carter, PhD
- Psychologist What's this? A psychologist is extensively trained to help people learn to cope more effectively with life issues and mental health illnesses. They are licensed to provide a number of service, including evaluations, therapy and other evidence-based treatments. A common type of treatment is talk therapy (sometimes called cognitive behavioral therapy), but there are many types of therapy styles.
Appointments: (614) 293-3600
About MeI'm a counseling psychologist, specializing in sport psychology and eating disorders. As a former swimmer and volleyball player, I thrive on helping peak performers develop. I’ve always been interested in the psychology of performance — how to assist performers with their mental game. I also want to help individuals find meaning and freedom, learning to value strength of body, heart and mind.
I believe in teamwork between the psychologist and the client in improving the client’s life. The client is an expert on his or her life, and the psychologist teaches skills for managing emotion and relationships. For me, it’s not about giving advice — it’s about helping unlock a client’s inner wisdom.
I knew that I wanted to be a psychologist at a young age. I’m lucky that I’ve found a career that feels like a true calling.
- Director of Sport Psychology
- Past president of the Exercise and Sport Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association
- Postdoctoral Fellow in Applied Sport Psychology
Procedures and Conditions I Treat
- Athletic Performance
- Eating Disorders
- Sports Medicine
Education and Training
Ohio State University Sports Medicine
8/1/1999 - 7/1/2000
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Consulting and Related Relationships
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As of 12/20/2018, Dr. Carter has reported no relationships with companies or entities.