About Daryeel Therapy

Daryeel Therapy is out of network with all insurance providers and is a fee-for-service provider. Payments are due at the time of service. Access to mental health is important at Daryeel Therapy which is why Daryeel Therapy is in the process of contracting with insurance providers. 

Daryeel Therapy accepts all major debit/credit cards, and you also have the option of using your Health Savings Account( HAS) or Flexible Spending Account( FSA). You may also check with your insurance for reimbursement for out-of-network therapy. Please verify specific requirements for reimbursement with your insurance provider before your first session

The cost of Individual Therapy $120

 individuals with financial barriers may qualify for reduced fee slots



About Fathi Kofiro

My work focuses on helping trauma survivors heal from painful experiences and increase functioning in chosen areas of their life. Most of my clients have experienced a traumatic event and are struggling with anxiety, depression, PTSD, C-PTSD, racial trauma, grief, or other traumatic stressors. 


Through an integrative approach, I utilize different modalities and work from a trauma-informed lens to create a person-centered treatment plan. I believe therapy is individualized and believe in creating a safe and trusting space for clients. I provide individual therapy to adolescents and adults struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, and adjustment to life stressors.

I have a Masters's degree in clinical social work from the University of Saint Thomas. I am a certified clinical trauma professional trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Narrative Therapy, and Exposure Therapy.

Currently accepting clients age 18+ for individual therapy



Fathi is an unlicensed master level clinician pursuing licensure.  She is currently receiving 8 hours of supervision monthly from two LICSW professionals.


 she/hers | Somali | first generation immigrant