Charlotte Cowles (Intern Therapist)

Charlotte Cowles (she/her) is an Intern Therapist at The Center for Growth and a graduate student completing her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Northwestern University. She offers an open, accepting, and non-judgmental space for all clients. She feels passionate about helping clients live their happiest, most authentic life.

Charlotte believes that one’s context and past contributes to who they are and how they see their world, however, she works in an integrative way and strives to meet clients where they are at. She likes using humor and techniques from the CBT, ACT, person-centered, and multicultural/feminist theories.

Prior to coming to the counseling field, Charlotte worked for a Member of Congress for two years, covering policy areas such as health care, education, and financial services. After that, she worked for a startup that was focused on nonpartisan voter education.

Since being at Northwestern, Charlotte has assisted faculty in research projects mainly surrounding supervision in counseling, including ethics in supervision, how to assess effective supervision, and the concept of rupture and repair in supervision and clinical work.

During her internship, Charlotte plans on focusing on anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship troubles and transitions, and sex therapy

Charlotte Cowles (Intern Therapist)'s Resume

Licensure:

  • Pennsylvania: Currently in graduate school, completing a one year internship at The Center For Growth