Ryan C. VanWyk - PsyD, LP

Ryan C. VanWyk - PsyD, LP

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My Areas of Practice

Eating Disorders, Trauma, Attachment, Co-Occurring Disorders, Addiction, Relationships, Anxiety, Depression and Mood Disorders, Mindfulness Based interventions, Body Centered interventions, Spirituality, Grief and Loss

General Information

Gender: Male

Practicing Since: 2010

Accepting New Patients: Yes

  • Eating Disorders

Practices at

Melrose Center St Louis Park
3525 Monterey Drive
St. Louis Park, MN 55416

Education & Certifications

MN State Licensure

Doctor of Psychology (PsyD): Fuller Graduate School of Psychology
Clinical Psychology
Pasadena, CA

Master of Arts in Psychology (MA): Fuller Graduate School of Psychology
Clinical Psychology
Pasadena, CA

Bachelor of Arts (BA): St. Olaf College
Psychology & Religion
Northfield, MN

Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Hazelden Foundation
Center City, MN

Pre-Doctoral Internship: Hazelden Foundation
Center City, MN

Master of Arts in Theology (MAT) : Fuller Theological Seminary
Pasadena, CA

Professional Associations & Awards

American Psychological Association

Association for Contextual Behavioral Science

Global Association for Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies

International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies


I consider the opportunity to be a part of people's healing journeys an incredible privilege.  I am passionate about the opportunity to come alongside hurting, broken people and have found no experience more rewarding than seeing people rediscover their innate worth and find hope in the midst of darkness.  I am particularly passionate about helping people experience healing from past trauma and I have completed several advanced trainings in order to assist people in their recovery from trauma.  Additionally, I have a special interest in addiction and co-occurring disorders and helping people move their lives into recovery.  I appreciate the uniqueness of every person with whom I have the opportunity to develop a relationship in therapy and work together with each person to find their pathway to healing and wholeness.