Jordan Collins, M.S.
“Every sport I have played, I gained important knowledge about what it takes to be successful as a team. At CMA, I hope to use those skills to help our clients develop and strengthen skills to be more successful as a team.”
Prior to joining the CMA team, Jordan was an Outreach Specialist for a non-profit in Bloomington-Normal, IL helping displaced individuals and families find suitable housing and employment. Jordan uses aspects of athletic performance enhancement, to help clients with their developmental needs. At CMA, Jordan researches academic literature for clients, assists consultants with creating developmental proposals, and conducts selection assessments for police officers. Jordan has an interest in helping clients identify areas of improvement as well as building on strengths within the team.
Jordan earned his Master’s degree in Sport and Exercise Psychology at the Illinois State University and is currently pursuing his doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Saint Louis University. Jordan’s independent research examines the athletic values and coping mechanisms collegiate athletes utilize in the field of sport psychology. He applies his research knowledge in real-world settings by providing individual and sport psychological services to student athletes at SLU.
Jordan enjoys running, working out, binging the latest show on Netflix, and cooking tacos in his spare time.