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. Click here to read more about what Family Services we have available for you.
Jamie Rhiannon Fehribach, MSc., EKC Clinical Supervisor, Staff Psychologist 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. Jamie offers phobia and fear services
Eric Haynes, EKC Administrator & Content Marketing Coordinator. 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 is passionate about developing EKC’s social media content to align with strategic vision for increasing global awareness on the topic
Filippa Kalejaiye, MA., EKC Staff Psychologist. Originally from Finland, Filippa has work experience as a school psychologist and focuses on self-compassion, practicing in both English and Finnish
Suyanne Lima, EKC Psychology Intern & Social Media Specialist. Suyanne, originally from Brazil, is currently enrolled in a Master’s program in Clinical Psychology at Utrecht University. Due her own expat experiences, Suyanne is passionate about cultural differences and the impact of environment and culture on behavior.
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!
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!
Kate Berger, MSc EKC Founder, Clinical Supervisor, Staff Psychologist. After receiving her degree in Child and Adolescent Psychology at the University of Leiden, Kate has devoted her professional career to learning about and supporting third culture and expat kids. She is passionate about engaging children to feel empowered in their family’s transition so that it becomes a fun-filled experience in which the whole family can learn, develop life-skills, and contribute to the family’s – and community’s – overall well-being