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Michael Reiter

Michael Reiter

Honors Courses
HONR 2000D Honors Seminar: The Ever-Changing Family
HONR 2010D From Sigmund to Carl: Exploring the Therapeutic Relationship
HONR 2000K Honors Seminar: Inappropriate Relationships
HONR 1000U Honors Seminar: You: A Critical Analysis
HONR 1500N Honors Reading Seminar: Elizabeth Loftus

Honors Engagement

  • Honors Faculty Coordinating Committee
  • Reader: 1st Week in Honors Scholarship
  • Honors Workshop: Course Overview
  • Regularly attends Honors College events and co-curricular activities

Research Focus

  • Understanding of intercultural couples
  • Solution-focused therapy
  • Structural Family Therapy
  • Case Conceptualization


  • Ph.D. Nova Southeastern University
  • M.Ed., Ed.S. University of Florida
  • B.A. University of Florida

Michael D. Reiter received his Ph.D. in Family Therapy. He is a licensed marriage and family therapist and an approved supervisor with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. Reiter has written nine textbooks and have 20 journal articles training students on how to conduct therapeutic interviews and work with individuals, couples, and families. His therapeutic and research interests include training student therapists, understanding non-traditional couples, and conceptualizing cases from various therapeutic approaches. Reiter has been involved with the Honors Program since its inception. He has taught a variety of Honors courses and interacts with students in activities such as the Murder Mystery Dinner, horseback riding, kayaking, trivia, and other events.

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