Dan consults with companies and businesses all the time, but the core of his practice is one-on-one.

Dan consults with companies and businesses all the time, but the core of his practice is one-on-one.

One session with Dan is like six months of talk-therapy. Diving below the rational mind allowed rooted truths and unrealized parts of myself to emerge quickly.

I refer my clients and friends to Dan and would recommend either his Past Life Regression or Hypnotherapy sessions to anyone interested in growth - whether it’s through playful exploration, or working past some of the most significant challenges we can face in (this) life!
— Founder of Supernatural, holistic health coach, and writer, Rachelle Robinett

HYPNOSIS something many have an opinion about and few have tried. 

Trance is a natural experience of open awareness and physical relaxation. Not unlike guided meditation with intention and a great deal of technique, during hypnosis it is easy to focus on what's relevant whether that's a specific detail of the experience or an expansive interconnectivity with nature.

"...hypnosis is the epitome of mind-body medicine. It can enable the mind to tell the body how to react, and modify the messages that the body sends to the mind.

--The New York Times

REGRESSION THERAPY more than a compassionate structure for working with memories. 

Modern neuroscience suggests that memory may include more curation and creation than previously thought. Regression therapy can offer relief and relaxation while dynamically exploring the past, discovering strategies, and resources to apply on the road ahead. 

MINDFULNESS a great idea, a beautiful practice, and can be a four-letter word. 

Mindfulness has established value within companies, communities, families, and our lives as individuals. Discussion and practice of basic principles and concepts is easy and takes little time. The greatest benefits are experienced with regular practice and it's best offered with an open heart. 

"Mindfulness isn’t difficult. We just need to remember to do it."

--Sharon Salzberg



As a skeptic, I approached seeing Daniel Ryan with one eye askance. Despite 50 years of research from Life magazine’s March 7, 1960 cover to a recent New York Times article lauding increased brain activity and function associated with hypnosis, it maintains a rather ragged reputation. But I thought if it helped people get over smoking, perhaps it could help me where regular therapy had failed. After a rather trying divorce, my only aim was to put one foot in front of the other and go back to work. Not only have I been able to do that, I have flourished. It would not have been possible without Dan’s astute observations, advice and guided meditation. Often I recommend it to my friends, who are in a rough spot; many who know my hard-edged cynicism agree that what works is what works & much more than that it has restored a sense beyond the practical in my world view: a sense of the wonder of the unknown in our psyche and in the world outside of our mind’s eye. This unknown but creative space once the focus of scientific research that proved the world round, cured infections with antibiotics and put humans in space is not the same world as the one of fake news and charlatans. Let’s remember the proof as a thing of reproducibility, beauty and even of mysticism.
— Curator, critic, and writer, Andrianna Campbell

Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy are educational processes of self-development that facilitate access to internal 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, counseling, psychiatric care or medical treatment.