Ryan Nolan


Ryan Nolan

Psychological Sciences M.A. Candidate


Ryan Nolan is a Master's student in trauma psychology at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. He is studying the role of emotions and emotion regulation in trauma survivors and has a secondary interest in the cognitive processes of trauma and resilience.


Ryan has been a research assistant for the Lyda Institute for Human Resilience (formerly known as the Trauma, Health, and Hazards Center) since March of 2019. He has a background in treatment counseling for youths with trauma histories and has previously assisted in research for metacognition, prosocial development, and neuropsychology.

Research Interests

Trauma resilience, emotions and emotion regulation, cognition, PTSD