Daniel Ryan, Hypnotherapy, Meditation, Regression Therapy, and Past Life Regression

"Dan is an exceptional hypnotherapist. He blends a curious philosopher's mind with an open and compassionate heart. I have had the pleasure of being his teacher as well as teaching along side him and when I want to explore regression therapy, he's the man I call."

--Author of Keeping the Brain in Mind, award winning trainer and speaker, Melissa Tiers

Daniel maintains full-time private practice as Co-director at The Center for Integrative Hypnosis in New York City. With offices in Manhattan and Brooklyn, he offers hypnotherapy, regression therapy, mindfulness, and meditation to individuals, groups, and businesses. He received his undergraduate degree (BFA) from Emerson College where his research focused on literature, philosophy, and sociology. Daniel studied and taught techniques of meditation at the School of Practical Philosophy in New York City from 2007 to 2014 while exploring Vedic philosophy, neuroscience, east/west mysticism, and psychology. In 2011, after receiving board certifications in hypnotherapy (Cht) and regression therapy (Crt), he co-founded the Center for Integrative Healing in Chatham, NJ.

As a second-generation practitioner, Daniel has a unique story. Today he champions ethical practice alongside thought leadership and exploration into new territory. Over decades of experience with guided trance and narrative archetypal journeys, Daniel is fortunate to have trained with and know personally many of the pioneers within hypnotherapy and regression therapy. His father, Jeffrey Ryan, introduced him to hypnosis in the early 90s. Mr. Ryan specialized in past life regression and served as the President of the Association for Past Life Research and Therapies. He maintained a family practice in Morristown, NJ, until his passing in April, 2011. 


Click to visit KCRW.

Click to visit KCRW.

Check out a sample of Daniel’s work in this bonus episode of KCRW and McSweeney’s The Organist. He was featured and interviewed on the episode titled: Sleeping Knowledge. The following description was taken from KCRW’s website: “…you’ll hear a hypnotic induction as performed and scored by the hypnotherapist Daniel Ryan. Ryan was featured on the Organist in our episode about the relationship between our bodies, our minds, and sound. One last note— it’s probably best if you stop operating heavy machinery while you’re listening to this podcast.”



About hypnosis and hypnotherapy - Trance happens commonly and naturally  

This is evident when we are looking at our phones, computers, and television screens. We're constantly shifting in and out of states of trance embedded in how we communicate and learn. They're useful when we relax, focus attention, tell stories, work, and play. We experience trance and light forms of hypnosis everyday and can use the phenomenon to create change in our thinking and behavior. It is both art and science. It is different in the brain of every person because every person’s brain is different.

Daniel speaking about his father, Jeffrey Ryan, at the World Congress for Regression Therapy in October, 2011.

Daniel speaking about his father, Jeffrey Ryan, at the World Congress for Regression Therapy in October, 2011.

"My work with Dan was truly profound and wonderfully insightful. The lessons that came through were both refreshing and familiar, and we programmed them into my system in the present even more deeply. I was reminded that fear can serve us in allowing for quiet observation, and that I am responsible for turning it into love."

--Founder of Therapy to Evolve, Romana Mukherjee LCSW

Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are educational processes of self-development that facilitate access to emotional resources. They can assist in solving problems, increasing motivation, or altering behavior patterns to create positive change. Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy are not substitutes for psychotherapy, licensed counseling, psychiatric care, or medical treatment. 

The Center for Integrative Hypnosis. 135 West 29th St. Suite 604. New York, NY 10001.  Danielryancrt@gmail.com