Center for Counseling and Education offers a high-quality and competitive internship program. We love this program because it fulfills our mission of providing excellent training for therapists and serving our communities. Our interns come to us with relevant experience, passion, and an outstanding record. They are willing to go above and beyond in their learning to ensure they offer the most effective mental health services.
CFCE Interns receive a minimum of three hours a week of intensive supervision. Their supervisors are involved in the treatment planning for each of their clients. Interns have access to many different specialists within CFCE and consultation opportunities for various modalities including EMDR, ERP, and Play Therapy. Our supervisors are expert therapists with a tremendous devotion to their clients and supervisees.
If you are interested in applying for our Internship program, please complete our application.
Charity Cha, Counseling Intern
Charity Cha is passionate about working with infants, children and adolescents. She is pursuing a graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Liberty University. Charity is committed to collaborating with clients to live according to their values of health and wellness.
Sophie Daley-Harris, Counseling Intern
Sophie joins CFCE as a graduate intern working towards completing her Master’s degree in clinical social work from Bryn Mawr College. In addition to her studies in child development and psychology, Sophie has a wide range of experience working with children and adolescents including in childcare, educational settings, and therapeutic settings. She also has extensive training and experience in working with clients across the lifespan with Autism and Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities.
Traven Harris, Counseling Intern
Traven Harris is a graduate student in Rider University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. As an advocate for marginalized communities, Traven acknowledges societal impact on individuals’ well-being, and seeks to create a comfortable space for clients to process current experiences and evaluate their needs. Traven builds a genuine, collaborative relationship with her clients, wanting them to feel heard, understood, and empowered to overcome life’s obstacles.
Katie Latona, Counseling Intern
Katie Latona joins CFCE as a graduate student in Northwestern University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Katie has years of experience working in a nonprofit setting and volunteering in social justice and community activism spaces. She has also volunteered as a domestic violence response advocate for the Camden County Women’s Center. Katie is committed to counseling as a non-judgmental and collaborative process where clients can feel heard, validated, and empowered to make changes for themselves.
Nicole Walters, Counseling Intern
Nicole Walters (she/her) is a graduate-level counseling intern from Arcadia University, who provides therapy to children, adolescents, young adults, and families from a trauma-informed, strengths-based approach. Nicole believes in the creation of a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship to help clients heal and grow, thus more successfully attaining their goals.