Tyler Ryan, M.A., TLLP
Tyler Ryan, M.A., TLLP, is a doctoral temporary limited licensed psychologist in the State of Michigan. He earned his M.A. from Michigan State University in school psychology, and he is currently completing his Ph.D. in school psychology at Michigan State University. Prior to his graduate work, Tyler completed his B.A. in psychology at Ferris State University while working as a behavior technician providing in-home Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.
During his graduate training at MSU, Tyler completed practicum experiences within various public schools where he conducted special education evaluations and provided academic intervention and consultation. He also completed a practicum experience at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital working as a psychometrist in the Neuropsychology Department.
Tyler is currently working as a psychometrist and clinician at CNLD conducting neuropsychological test administration for other clinicians and completing evaluations under direct supervision. He is also finishing his dissertation focused on the development of neuropsychological assessment indices under the supervision of his advisor and mentor, Dr. Jodene Fine, a CNLD neuropsychologist.
Tyler’s specialties are learning disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders (including attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorder), and mild traumatic brain injuries. He also has experience working with complex neurological and psychiatric presentations. His philosophy of assessment and treatment more generally is a comprehensive and collaborative approach between children, families, and clinicians. Tyler is passionate about removing barriers to education through precise and accurate assessment, along with thorough intervention planning. He is delighted to provide services at CNLD and receive training under the supervision of a passionate and committed team.