Mittelweg 50

International practice for counselling and therapy

Welcome to Mittelweg 50

Mittelweg 50 is a practice based in Berlin offering counselling and therapy for individuals and couples in English and several other languages. We're an international group of practitioners trained to help you navigate your personal change. Whether seeking cognitive behavioral therapy, Jungian, or Freudian psycho­analysis, acceptance and commitment therapy, narrative therapy, psycho­dynamic therapy or couples counselling, we're here to assist you.

We have no waiting list and will answer your request within 48 hours. We only accept private payment and some private insurances (but no public insurances such as TK). To get started simply schedule an initial consultation with one of the counsellors below. Not sure which approach best fits your needs? Feel free to contact us for advice.

Portrait of Katharina Albrecht
Sex and Couples Therapist

Katharina Albrecht

  • Sexuality
  • Trauma
  • Anxiety
  • Couples
  • Depression
  • Divorce

Hi, I’m Katharina and I’m a bilingual psychosexual therapist welcoming individuals and couples from all walks of life, who wish to explore issues related to sex/sexuality, intimacy and relationships in a professional and non-stigmatising space. I draw from a broad spectrum of systemic and psychodynamic approaches to couples counselling, including early attachment perspectives, interpersonal neurobiology and trauma, mindfulness, and relational sex therapy.

Portrait of Bo Merei
Counselor & Systemic Coach

Bo Merei

  • Relationships
  • Career
  • LGBTQ+
  • Humanistic Psychology
  • Coaching

Both in my counseling and coaching work, some of the commonly explored topics include managing self-doubt, imposter phenomenon, people pleasing, difficulties of saying ‘no’, loneliness and isolation – and working towards building confidence, finding authenticity and purpose, mastering self-esteem & boundary setting, as well integrating identity & belonging. Whether one (or more) of these topics are present within the context of your relationships, career, or just life in general, we will aim to explore the ‘who’ behind the ‘what’: the unique, creative, resourceful and whole you behind the challenge, in order to find ways to not only overcome the specific challenge but also celebrate and empower the whole of you.

Portrait of Jakob Lusensky
Certified Jungian Analyst

Jakob Lusensky

  • Jungian psychoanalysis
  • Anxiety

** My practice is currently full. If you are specifically interested in Jungian Analysis you can email and I will put you on my waiting list.**

I’m a certified Jungian psychoanalyst trained in Switzerland with a practice in Berlin for the last seven years. My work aims to help individuals find purpose and restore meaning in their life. I am specialized in trauma, working through loss, existential crises, and difficult life transitions. For this purpose, I work with dreams, active imagination, creativity and play as part of the therapeutic process. I offer counselling for individuals as well as supervision for therapists for individuals in English, Swedish and German.

Portrait of Jammie Martin
Transpersonal Therapist

Jammie Martin

  • Addictions
  • Anxiety
  • Relationships
  • Gestalt

I am a transpersonal therapist trained in the US. With a present-centered, and person-centered approach, I support you in exploring the potential for softening, surrendering, and finding a balance that allows for a more integrated and present involvement in life.

Portrait of Wolfgang Heine
Jungian Analyst

Wolfgang Heine

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Addictions
  • Conflict Management
  • Coaching
  • Jungian Analysis

All the potential disturbances facing us today – including relationship issues, loss of meaning and purpose, depression and fears – can be seen as a creative instrument of the psyche to re-establish the lost balance. Jungian Analyst since 20011, Addiction and Group therapist in Jewish Hospital

Portrait of David Marcus Schmid
Jungian Psychoanalyst

David Marcus Schmid

  • jungian psychoanalysis
  • relationships
  • psychotherapy
  • anxiety
  • couples therapy
  • online counseling

I approach each person with an attitude of openness and curiosity, and a desire to understand their unique personality and life circum­stances. As an English-speaking Jungian Analyst in Berlin, I attempt to tailor my approach by taking into account where clients are in their development, and what works best for them.

Portrait of Maja Dekic Djelic
Psychoanalytic therapist, Group analyst, Heilpraktiker für Psychotherapie

Maja Dekic Djelic

  • psychoanalysis
  • couple´s therapy
  • group therapy
  • depression
  • grief & loss
  • relationships

After more than twenty years of my clinical and therapeutic experience, I am deeply convinced of a true healing effect of a trusting, reliable and authentic relationship.

Portrait of Giulia Borriello
Clinical Psychologist

Giulia Borriello

  • psicologa
  • cognitivism
  • italian

***I currently have a waiting list. Contact me for details.***

I am an Italian clinical psychologist working as an expat in Berlin since 2013 with individuals and couples, but only for Italian-speaking patients. I strongly believe in the results showing that mother-tongue therapy is the most effective one.

Portrait of Umutesi Ruranga
Licensed Professional Counselor in Berlin

Umutesi Ruranga

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • CBT

** I am currently not accepting new clients.** I am a counselor who has experience working with people of all age groups as well as various racial, ethnic and professional backgrounds. My approach is Client-Centered, meaning that I give you the space to write your own story and feel empowered in the narrative of your life. Giving you this space is very central in my work as well as providing a space where one can be challenged in healthy ways in a non-judgmental environment.

Portrait of Andrej Todorovic
Heilpraktiker für Psychotherapie & Psychoanalytically Oriented Therapist

Andrej Todorovic

  • psychodynamic approach
  • mentalization
  • relationships
  • self-psychology

**My practice is currently open for accepting new clients. Only private payment and private insurances.**

As a psychodynamic counsellor and psychoanalytically-oriented therapist, I support individuals in overcoming different challenges relating to personal growth, relationships, life transitions, anxiety, depression, grief, loss and trauma. Through my therapeutic process I aim to help people explore and understand unknown parts of their mind, which in the long run helps them deal with different kinds of internal and interpersonal conflicts.

Portrait of Nicolas Lorenzini
Psychotherapist, Doctor in Psychology

Dr. Nicolás Lorenzini

  • Depression and anxiety
  • personality issues
  • individual
  • adults
  • adolescents

***Note that I'm only taking online clients at the moment***

Clinical psychologist, MSc in psychoanalysis, PhD in psychology. Psychoanalytic psychotherapist in Berlin.

Portrait of Susanne Freytag
Transactional Analysis Therapist and Counsellor

Susanne Freytag

  • Transactional analysis
  • Couples therapy
  • Depression
  • Online therapy
  • Relationships
  • Trauma
  • Mindfulness

I use Transactional Analysis as my main theoretical framework. With its clear structure it helps to understand why we can get stuck in confusion and repetitive behaviours in our private and professional lives. As an English and German-speaking counsellor and therapist in Berlin, I have personal experiences living in different cultures and being challenged by new and unknown situations.

Portrait of John Sandblom
Person-Centred Therapist

John Sandblom

  • Relationships
  • Anxiety
  • Psychedelic Integration
  • Spirituality
  • Depression

I’m a humanistic oriented therapist from Sweden with British professional background. With a deeply client-centred attitude, my role is to support you in transforming the aspects of your experience that might feel stuck, confusing and/or overwhelming, and together to work towards an expanded sense of authenticity and thriving. I support this by offering an accepting, curious and valuing therapeutic presence, and by staying close to my own vulnerability as a listening and feeling fellow person.

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The practice is located on Mittelweg 50, close to U Leinestraße (U8). Walk through the front yard and the entrance through the backdoor. You'll find us on the second floor.


Mittelweg 50 is an international group of psychoanalysts, counsellors and clinicians from different nationalities. We offer a safe and sound place for locals and expatriates seeking therapy and counselling in Berlin.

Feel free to contact us if you are interested in being part of the team.