Daniel has maintained full-time private practice in New York City offering Hypnosis and Regression Therapy to individuals, businesses, and groups since 2012. He is currently attending Columbia University studying Narrative Medicine and pursuing a Master of Science. He has received board certifications in Hypnotherapy, Regression Therapy, and Neuro Linguistic Psychology. He studied and trained in techniques of meditation at the School of Practical Philosophy in New York City from 2007 to 2014 while exploring Vedic philosophy, neuroscience, and east/west mysticism. Daniel received his undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Fine Arts, from Emerson College where his work focused on writing, literature, and sociology.

Daniel co-hosts the podcast, Mind Space Minimal, with author and artist, Jessica Yatrofsky. He has been featured in The New York Times, on KCRW’s The Organist, and in Allure Magazine among other periodicals. Besides maintaining private practice Daniel composed and produced the original soundtrack to the Oscar-nominated film, Feeling Through. In 2019 he released a full-length LP of music intended for meditation and trance called Hypnotist Makes Music for Films. In 2016, Daniel appeared and performed in the film, Collective Unconscious, co-directed with Lauren Wolkstein and Josephine Decker. Daniel’s first and forthcoming book is called Meditation, Hypnosis, & Past Life Regression.

He co-founded the Center for Integrative Healing in Chatham, NJ in 2012. From 2014 to 2020 he worked alongside Melissa Tiers as Director at The Center for Integrative Hypnosis in Manhattan. As a second-generation practitioner, Daniel has a unique story. Hypnosis and Past Life Regression are the family business. Jeffrey Ryan (1940-2011) was a hypnotherapist specializing in past life regression and Daniel’s first teacher. Mr. Ryan served as the President of the Association for Past Life Research and Therapies in the 1990s. With decades of experience using guided therapies, meditative practices, and narrative journeys in hypnosis - today Daniel champions education and ethical practice alongside thought leadership and exploration into new territory.

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  • Choosing to be Grateful

    In this powerful exercise, get acquainted with how gratitude feels in the body and contemplate the choice to feel thankful.

  • Empathy During Difficult Conversations

    Develop curiosity for others as a way to move beyond our own feelings and defuse intense situations.

  • Creative and Compassionate Leadership

    In this simple practice, learn to see yourself and everyone else as the leader of their own lives.

  • Nightly Rituals

    Focus on nightly rituals that are enjoyable and require very little to find more ease and less tension.

  • Hypnotherapy for Deep Rest

    Be guided into deep relaxation for a more restful sleep using your breath and a body scan practice.

  • Getting Back to Sleep

    Learn how to navigate the natural disturbances of sleep so the entrances and exits in and out of sleep are more seamless and less disruptive.

  • Waking Up Refreshed

    Examine how you would like to feel when you wake up, and code your mind with that feeling before you even fall asleep with this simple visualization practice.

  • Navigating New Normals

    Flowing like water and remaining curious are not always easy, but they can be tremendous resources when called upon to learn new and different ways quickly.

  • It’s Safe to Feel Safe

    During this video we’ll explore balancing an easy adaptive mindset with a cultivated internal sense of stability.

  • Active Listening and Nonverbal Communication

    By doing less, not more, this video and practice return the attention to listening as a fundamental foundation.

  • Performance Enhancement 101

    Relaxation and confidence are discussed and examined as two sides of the same coin during states of peak performance in this practice.

  • Peaceful Balance

    In this modern age when we can be reached and connected a thousand different ways, a peaceful and sustainable integration with work becomes essential.