Daniel Zecharia

A psychologist, offering culturally-sensitive therapy

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I was born in Israel and moved to Berlin 6 years ago. Moving here, gave me the freedom to be the author of my own life. It gives me tremendous satisfaction to be of help to people, and I appreciate the personal interactions I have with my clients. I have profound interest and experience in dealing with crises and trauma, and part of my qualifications include being a first-responder. 

In the therapy room, I offer a culturally-sensitive therapy that takes into consideration your background, ethnicity, and belief system. I am open, curious, and self-revelatory. I suggest therapeutic pluralism in which effective interventions are drawn from several different therapy approaches; that gives me permission to be myself, which means to be imperfect, to go beyond technique. “To create a new therapy for each client” as Yalom phrased it.

Additional Details

  • Female
  • English
  • 2019
  • Yes
  • Eclectic, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Existential/Humanistic, Person-Centered, Relational Psychotherapy, Self Psychology
  • Jewish
  • Individual, Online
  • 30-50