The Intentional Simplicity Internship support undergraduate students who must have completed core courses in counseling and or creative arts.
A few examples include:
- Counseling Ethics
- Counseling Theories
- Workplace Leadership
- Counseling techniques
- Group Dynamics
- Fine Arts
- Body Movement Therapies
- Digital & Graphic Art
And other courses relevant to the student’s specialization in mental health counseling, creativity, and workplace wellness. Neurodiverse, BIPOC, and LGBTQIA+undergraduate interns are welcomed into our community with belonging and connectivity.
Intentional Simplicity Intern -2021
Hello! My name is Kayla McCargo. I am a Junior double major at Seton Hill University. I am majoring in psychology and dance, and I plan to graduate in May 2022. My goals are to get my doctorate in Psychology and one day open up my practice. I chose this internship because I wanted someone who understood my background and someone experienced in art therapy. Sarafina’s goal is to help others understand their purpose and identity, and that’s exactly what I want to do. If I can help just one person in this process, I will feel accomplished.
Intentional Simplicity Intern – 2021
After moving to the United States 5 years ago, I can look back at my life and say I have transformed tremendously. I am an international student, by birth, I am an Indian and I moved to the Middle East at an age of 5. I take pride in where I come from because every experience and exposure is who I am, it molded my experience, knowledge, and credibility. In my years here I have acquired an associate degree and a senior looking to get my Bachelor of Science in Psychology. I look forward to working with Intentional Simplicity as an intern to share all the experiences I have gained as a student, daughter, traveler, and advocate for mental illness who believes in healing through inner harmony.