About Daysha Berenson Sacred Spaces

About Daysha

“All life is sacred and that as humans, we are inherently lovable,
creative, and divine beings with the innate wisdom
and courage to reclaim our authentic self”

~ Daysha Berenson

Daysha views herself as a feminist therapist and her clients can expect an egalitarian client-therapist relationship. She supports her clients in exploring stereotype molds that may be blocking their development, provides encouragement to work through life challenges, and facilitates the creation of empowered narratives that embrace their authentic self.

Daysha brings a unique East-West perspective when supporting her clients in examining any self-limiting narratives and transforming them into empowered and life-affirming beliefs. Her philosophy is holistic, integrative, and collaborative. Daysha’s therapeutic approach includes narrative, existential, mindful self-compassion, REBT, and EMDR techniques. Daysha also incorporates guided meditations and wellness rituals as part of her therapeutic practice.

Daysha’s practice focuses on working with adult individuals. She honors the Sacred Feminine and sees the aspects of feminine and masculine as equal and important aspects of the Divine. Daysha values the innate worth of the mind, body, and soul, and practices offering ceremony that reaffirms our connection to the Divine, the Earth, and each other.

Daysha is a NBCC board certified Counselor and Telemental Health provider. She is licensed to practice in the States of Connecticut and Washington. She has a MS Counseling with a specialty in Clinical Mental Health and a BA Psychology from Prescott College. Daysha is currently pursuing her PhD in Psychology at Saybrook University. Her behavioral health experience began as a case manager, followed by being a mental health counselor at a community behavioral health center, and then a counselor at an outpatient substance use disorder wellness center. Daysha’s counseling experience comes from supporting a high-client case load, specifically comprised of the underserved and indigenous population who experience persistent mental health issues.

Daysha has over 15 years of experience working in the spa industry, of which nine years was spent as a healing therapist at the world renowned Miiamo Spa in Sedona, Arizona. Prior to that, Daysha worked in a corporate environment in Connecticut and New York City.

Daysha originated from Malaysia and migrated to the US in her mid twenties. She currently resides on the East Coast with her daughter, their cat, and their dog.


Ph.D  Psychology –  Saybrook University (Attending)
M.Sc.  Counseling, Clinical Mental Health – Prescott College, Prescott, A