Mr Daniel Weldemichial

Mr Daniel Weldemichial

Counsellor | Psychotherapist | Family Therapist | Clinical Supervisor
Online Therapy Available
Next available Thursday, Jun 20th
Location
Online Therapy
Biography

Daniel Weldemihial is a highly respected counsellor and the founder of Sanity Care, a prominent mental health counselling and disability service based in South Australia. He holds a Graduate Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy and is currently pursuing a master's degree in counselling. With over seven years of experience in the mental health field, Daniel specializes in providing individual and couples counselling. He addresses a wide range of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, relationship challenges, grief and loss, anger management, and couples' issues. Daniel is fluent in four languages and has a deep understanding of diverse cultures, which enhances his ability to connect with and support clients from various backgrounds. Clients benefit from his multicultural insights and empathetic approach. For details about fees and to schedule a session, please contact Sanity Care directly.

Qualifications

Graduate Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapy and Master Degree in progress.

Languages

English, Tigrinya, Arabic, Amharic

Focuses

adults, couples, families, elderly, men, women, adolescents, gender diverse

Therapy Type

online therapy, person centred therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (cbt), emotion focused therapy, family systems, existential, solution focused therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (act), Relational Psychotherapy, relational counselling

Specialisations
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • trauma
  • self esteem and confidence
  • relationship issues
  • affairs
  • anger management
  • religion and spirituality
  • family issues
  • grief and loss
Services
Indvidual Counselling
60min
$160 AUD
Couples Counselling
60min
$160 AUD
Afterhours & Saturday
60min
$175 AUD
Or free if your organisation uses Clearhead to provide wellbeing support
SUPPORTED BY
nib foundation