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Maybe you Should Talk to Someone

As I perused books to read, you can probably figure out why the title, Maybe you Should Talk to Someone, caught my eye. Today, I'll be sharing some of the insights that I gained from Lori Gottlieb's book. Like me, Gottlieb is a therapist that goes to therapy. I love her perspective because she knows what it's like to be...[ read more ]

Protect Your Energy

For World Mental Health Day, I teamed up with my friend, Tiara, over at mutedmouthful.com to discuss the importance of protecting your energy to prevent burnout. Check it out! https://mutedmouthful.com/2019/10/10/guest-post-protect-your-energy/https://mutedmouthful.com/2019/10/10/guest-post-protect-your-energy/ Want to be the first to receive new mental health articles from Panoramic Counseling? Subscribe to the Newsletter!

The Helper’s Curse: Compassion Fatigue

Enjoy this guest post for World Mental Health Day by my friend Tiara from MutedMouthful.com Today is World Mental Health Day! It is a wonderful opportunity to share stories, educate, and raise awareness around mental health challenges. 1 in 4 people will be affected by a mental health issue and together we can demonstrate that no one must go through...[ read more ]

Unselfie

My wife was able to hear Michele Borba, the author of Unselfie, at a school counselor conference. Since I also work with children and adolescents, I thought I'd check out the book as well. Today I'll be sharing some of what I learned with you about kids and emotional intelligence. Unselfie was written as a guide for adults to empower...[ read more ]

In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About It

As I browsed the available books at my county’s digital library this morning, I stumbled across In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About It, by Lauren Graham. I write on the topic of anxiety often, so you can probably guess why the title caught my attention. In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About It is a short 53-page book (or 28-minute audiobook) derived from...[ read more ]

The Paradox of Choice

I've been hearing the term, Paradox of Choice, for a while and had a basic understanding of the concept. To my understanding, it's the idea that decisions become more stressful when we have too many options. I was thrilled when I stumbled across Barry Schwartz's book, The Paradox of Choice, and I'll be sharing some of those insights with you...[ read more ]

Anger Management for Dummies

Anger is a normal human emotion included with the standard equipment that we receive at birth. Today, I'll be sharing some of the insights that I gained from Anger Management for Dummies by Charles H. Elliot and Laura L. Smith. Through my work as a therapist, I find myself normalizing anger often. Because the expression of anger can be disturbing,...[ read more ]

Guest Post from Mental Health @ Home: “My Therapy Journal”

Today, I’m excited to share a guest post from my friend, Ashley Peterson. Ashley is a mental health nurse. She's also a mental health blogger at Mental Health @ Home.  She recently published her second book, Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis. Today, she’s sharing about the unique ways that she tends to her mental health. While unfortunately, I haven’t had...[ read more ]

What is EMDR Therapy?

Today, I had the honor to guest post on one of my favorite blogs, Mental Health @ Home, on the topic of EMDR therapy! Check it out! https://mentalhealthathome.org/2019/09/17/guest-post-johnzelle-anderson-emdr-therapy Thanks for reading! Want to be the first to receive new mental health articles from Panoramic Counseling? Subscribe to the Newsletter!

I’m Not The Only Person With Anxiety!?

I've always been upfront about the fact that I'm a mental health therapist living with panic disorder, a form of anxiety characterized by unpredictable panic attacks. With that being said, the summer has been tough as the anxiety has been in full-force. Though it's often hard to push through, I've been diligent in practicing self-care such as yoga, walking, writing,...[ read more ]

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