Ryan Rahm-Knigge, PhD, completed his doctoral training in Counseling Psychology at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO, where his research focused on health-risk sexual behavior and individual differences (such as emotion dysregulation, impulsivity, and sensation seeking), as well as HIV treatment adherence. Before joining the Institute for Sexual and Gender Health, Dr. Rahm-Knigge completed his psychology internship in Behavioral Medicine/Health Psychology at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, RI. Dr. Rahm-Knigge also worked as a Licensed Professional counselor before starting his PhD. Dr. Rahm-Knigge’s research and clinical interests focus on the effects of individual differences on health-risk sexual behavior and compulsive sexual behavior.
PhD, Colorado State University
Master of Science, Counseling Psychology, Colorado State University
Master of Science, Counseling and Human Resource Development, South Dakota State University