Colorado State University - Sr Coord Mental Health Svcs for Student Athletes
Title: Senior Coordinator for Mental Health Services for Student Athletes.
Jimmy Stewart joined Colorado State Athletic Department in January of 2014.
Jimmy Stewart has 15 years’ experience as a mental health professional. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) in Louisiana and Colorado. In addition he is a National Certified Counselor (NCC).
Prior to joining Colorado State University Stewart spent the last ten years in private practice. Since 2005 Stewart has also been an Athletic Consultant with various universities most notably Tulane University. He consulted with the Athletic Department staff and student athletes in the transitions and adjustments during and following Hurricane Katrina. Stewart also brings experience at the university level after working in counseling centers at UNC Asheville and Loyola University.
Most recently Stewart has worked on military bases as a consultant through the Department of Defense providing mental health services .Stewart worked 6 with the Marines, Army, Air Force and the National Guard as a Military Family Life Consultant (MFLC), Rehabilitation Counselor and Director of Psychological Health (DPH).
Stewart played collegiate football at Tulsa University from 1974 -1976 where he was second team Associated Press All American.
Stewart also was drafted and played four years of professional football.
After football Stewart worked in New Orleans for 20 years in the oil industry as a marketing professional for a publicly held company.
Stewart received a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from the University of New Orleans, and in 1999 he completed his Masters of Education Counseling from the University of New Orleans.
He and his wife Melissa, reside in Fort Collins with their son Sam. His daughter, Kati Hill and husband Brian reside in New Orleans with their sons Jackson and Oliver.