Dr. Collins is the Chief Clinical Neuropsychologist & Forensic Training Director of the Post-Arrest Diversion Program at BRHPC. Prior to directing the Diversion Program Dr. Collins was the director of Psychology at South University. Dr. Collins graduated from St. Cloud State University, in St. Cloud, MN, where he earned a B.S. degree in Psychology. He went on to complete his M.S. & Ph.D. in Clinical Neuropsychology at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. As part of doctoral training, Dr. Collins completed a pre-doctoral internship in Clinical Neuropsychology at the Neurological Institute at North Broward Medical Center. To fulfill licensure requirements, Dr. Collins completed post-doctoral residencies in Forensic Psychology and Substance Abuse Intervention at the Watershed Treatment Center/Department of Juvenile Justice and his Clinical Neuropsychology Residency at Psychological Testing Associates.
Since obtaining licensure as a Clinical Psychologist in Florida and Rhode Island, Dr. Collins has been vetted by the National Football League as an evaluator for sports concussions and has conducted expert forensic and neuropsychological assessment services for 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida, 17th Judicial Circuit of Florida, Justice Administrative Commission, Department of Labor, Fitness for Duty, and Vocational Rehabilitation. Dr. Collins has been the primary or co-author on more than 20 publications in psychology and medical journals, as well as, published book reviews, poster presentations and acted as a guest speaker or presenter at conferences and workshops on topics related to Clinical Neuropsychology, Psychopharmacology, Acquired Brain Damage, Organic Brain Disorders, Evaluation of Psychopathy, Examination of Insanity, Determination of Competency, Child Custody, & Substance Abuse Intervention.