The Intentional Simplicity Internship

Undergraduate students must have completed core courses in counseling and or creative arts prior to beginning their internship experience at Intentional Simplicity LLC. A few examples include courses in counseling ethics, theories of counseling, workplace leadership, multiculturalism, counseling techniques, group dynamics, fine arts, body movement, digital art, and other courses relevant to the student’s specialization in mental health counseling, creativity, and workplace wellness. 

Kayla McCargo

Intentional Simplicity Intern

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.

Kayla McCargo


Laura Zozimus

Laura Zozimus

Intentional Simplicity Intern

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.