About the Team Members

The Expat Kids Club wouldn’t be what it is without our amazing team. We are proud to work with a multicultural staff representing more than five different countries! Our therapists work within a multidisciplinary, collaborative care approach, providing expat families with access to comprehensive care and interventions that promote mental health and well-being. We sit down all together two times during the work-week to review the integrative approach we are taking in supporting our clients. Click here to read more about what Family Services we have available for you.

Want to hear more from our team? Find us on Instagram and Tiktok!

Our Psychologist Team

Kate Berger, MSc., EKC Founder, Speaker, Consultant, Treatment Coordinator and Team Psychologist. With almost 15 years spent working with hundreds of expat families, Kate has devoted her professional career to learning about and supporting third culture and expat kids through life’s transitions so they become empowering experiences in which the whole family can develop life-skills, and make meaningful contributions to their own – and community’s – overall well-being

Click here to learn more about Kate!


Jamie Rhiannon Fehribach, MSc., EKC Clinical Supervisor and Creative Director. Jamie’s psychological background (focused in anxiety and specific phobias) and experience leading various aspects of EKC operations make her fantastic at curating content for our clinical interventions and network outreach strategy via our social media channels.

Click here to learn more about Jamie!




Karen Schneider, MEd., EKC Staff PsychologistKaren emigrated to the Netherlands from South Africa in 2017. She has spent years working in an international environment in school and private practice settings. Her greatest passion as a psychologist is being part of a therapeutic process of growth, resilience, and self-exploration. She practices in English, German and Afrikaans.

Click here to learn more about Karen!


Daphne Bouchépillon, EKC Remote Staff Psychologist. Daphne is originally from The Netherlands, but became an expat herself living in Belgium, England, and – currently – France. She practices in English and Dutch, and is close to being fluent in French as well. 

Click here to learn more about Daphne!


Lorena Flores, EKC Staff Psychologist. Lorena is originally from Chile and works with both English and Spanish-speaking clients. She works within an integrative approach of cognitive behavioral and solution-focused therapy. 

Click here to learn more about Lorena!




Kim Vassallo, MSc., EKC Staff Psychologist. Kim is originally from Italy, but it’s a tough question to answer for her because she too is a Third-Culture Kid! She works using holistic and integrative approaches to encourage self-exploration, celebrate strengths, and help kids develop the tools to take care of their well-being. 

Click here to learn more about Kim!


Gabrielle Gane, MSc., EKC Staff Junior Psychologist & Creative Coordinator. Gabrielle knows all about about being a Third-Culture Kid because she is one! Having attended international schools throughout her academic career, and now living with her heart in many places, she finds that incorporating a compassion-based approach with therapeutic art interventions helps to empower young people in finding that balance between acknowledging the very-real-challenges in life, while embracing opportunities for growth and positive impact.

Click here to learn more about Gabrielle!



Hanna Resom, Master’s Psychology Intern Hanna is a Third Culture Kid herself, with a strong interest in Eco-Therapy. She hopes to use her own experiences and passions in supporting and empowering young people in their TCK identity while completing her master’s degree in Child and Adolescent Psychology at Leiden University.


Our Administrative & Creative Team

Lucia Marmol, EKC Bachelors Student Intern & Social Media Specialist. Lucia is enrolled in an international Bachelor in Psychology at Erasmus University. Owing her own expat experience and high creativity, she is passionate about creating social media content that reflects the challenges and brings useful information to the expat community.

Click here to learn more about Lucia!


Eric Haynes, EKC Billing Administrator.  Eric completed his Master’s degree in International Business from Radboud Universiteit with an emphasis on cross-cultural communication and institutional pressures, has extensive customer-service experience supporting the expatriate community and has been passionately supporting EKC’s initiatives in various roles, most currently as lead administrator for client billing. 

Click here to learn more about Eric!



Keisha Amalia, EKC Social Media Specialist

Originally from Indonesia, Keisha studies psychology at the University of Amsterdam and is creatively-oriented with an interest in the concepts of identity and culture. Whether it be learning new languages, traveling, or reading about cultural psychology, she has always been keen on exploring different ways of living, thinking, and behaving and is eager to apply these interests into her efforts on the EKC social media strategy team.
Christopher S. Ryan, EKC Administrative Assistant            

Originally from Ireland, Chris studied psychology at Vrije Universiteit and enjoys using his experience and education to work in the field of Social Care and Education.






Our Honorary Team Members

Juniper joins the team ready to take naps next to our clients and receive ear scratches. She loves making new friends with people (and dogs, too!) and helping clients to overcome their fear of cats!


Click here to learn more about Juniper!


Cherry has the very important role of CCO (Chief Cuddle Operator). She has provided endless comfort to so many of our clients – and also is available to help them face their fears around dogs!

Click here to learn more about Cherry!




To schedule an intake appointment, please click here. For general inquiries please feel welcomed to email us at support@expatkidsclub.com.

Begin typing your search term above and press enter to search. Press ESC to cancel.

Back To Top