Dr Jordan Herbison

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Jordan Herbison

Doctor of Philosophy (Sport Psychology)
B.Kin, M.Sc., Ph.D., CMPC (in Training)

Dr. Jordan Herbison is an accomplished practitioner and researcher in the field of sport psychology, with more than 8 years of experience as a mental performance consultant (MPC). He earned his M.Sc. and Ph.D. from Queen’s University (Kingston, Ontario) specializing in sports psychology and group dynamics. Following the completion of his doctorate, Jordan held the McGill Sports Science Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at McGill University (Montréal, Quebéc). Dr. Herbison has worked with athletes in a variety of sports and of all levels, from amateur to professional, helping them to develop their mental skills and enhance their performance. His approach combines evidence-based, person-centered practices with a deep understanding of the unique psychological and physical demands of sports.

Dr. Herbison has published numerous research articles on topics such overcoming adversity, team dynamics, motivation, talent identification and positive youth development. In addition to community-based research with local youth sport and parasport organizations, Jordan’s research has examined psycho-social concepts with professional athletes (e.g., National Hockey League, English Premier League Rugby and Soccer) and international sport organizations (e.g., Hockey Canada).

In addition to his work with athletes and teams, Dr. Herbison is passionate about education and has taught courses in sport psychology and the social sciences at several universities (Vancouver Island University, Queen’s University, McGill University). He is committed to supporting athletes’ mental performance and well-being.