Specializing in the dynamics presented to Student-Athletes
Several years ago, Jordan shifted his career path from law to assisting individuals in meeting their peak performance training goals. That was a clarifying juncture for Jordan.
He then went on to receive his Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Avila University. While there, he worked as a Graduate Assistant, serving in a variety of internship roles, as well as research development positions.
His study of neurofeedback began while still in school and melded well with his love of sports, notably baseball. Jordan is also certified as a national provider of Interactive Metronome. Jordan’s focus is enhancing, coaching and optimizing an individual’s performance in a classroom, boardroom or playing field.
Jordan, in addition to his work and family life, teaches. He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology at Johnson County Community College and Avila University. He also teaches in the graduate program for Counseling Psychology at Webster University in Kansas City.