Lori Ryland is doctoral psychologist, board-certified behavior analyst, and certified advanced alcohol and drug counselor. She received a B.A. from Michigan State University in Psychology and a Ph.D. from Western Michigan University in Clinical Psychology. Lori has achieved certification from the Academy of Cognitive Therapy/Beck Institute in Philadelphia, PA and is trained in evidence based practices such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Contingency Management, and Applied Behavior Analysis.
Dr. Ryland has a broad scope of clinical experience including veterans with PTSD, inpatient psychiatric, addictions treatment, criminal justice, autism treatment, serious and persistent mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities, traditional outpatient services (individual, group, family), and psychological testing. Dr. Ryland has expertise in healthcare administration including supervision of utilization management, provider network management, clinical quality, grant management, and population health. She has been involved in numerous community and state-level initiatives including Governor-appointed advisory positions such as Diversion Council and Behavioral Health Advisory Council, development of the Michigan Medicaid Autism benefit, and implementation of numerous evidence-based practices throughout the state.
Dr. Ryland has expertise in presenting, teaching, training, and supervision in the area of co-occurring disorders. Dr. Ryland is committed to ensuring top quality treatment and assisting individuals with their recovery.