Jeanne Brown, Ph.D.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology
Jeanne Brown has taught in the psychology department since 1991. She previously served as the counselor training coordinator, overseeing field placements (practica and internships) for both undergraduate and graduate students. She teaches field placement, family therapy, and other counseling classes, and she has interests in family therapy and assessment. Her career has combined teaching, counseling and assessment. She is active with her United Methodist Church, schools, and community agencies. She is married to Jim Nelson (also a member of the psychology department); they spend a great deal of time with their two children. Their household also includes a rabbit, two fish, many plants, and heaps of books.
M.S., Ph.D. – Washington State University (1989)
B.S., B.A. – Montana State University
- AAMFT-Certified Family Therapy Program
- Indiana Health Service Provider in Psychology