Panoramic Counseling Blog

Memoirs of Mental Health: Mariah Carey

I have never been more excited to press "publish" on a blog post than I have been today. Mariah Carey is on my short list of musicians that have changed my life (right next to THE Ms. Lauryn Hill) so obviously, I pre-ordered The Meaning of Mariah Carey when it was first announced. Today, I'm excited to share some mental health...[ read more ]

Memoirs of Mental Health: Trevor Noah

I finished Born a Crime, by Trevor Noah for the first time a few months ago; however, publishing my review felt ill-timed given that George Floyd had just been murdered that week. Having finished the book for the second time today, I've come to understand that Noah's story is very relevant to the times we are living in. So let's...[ read more ]

Vlog: Remote Learning and Working Tips

The video is no longer available but you can find the audio version here. Thanks for listening!

Vlog: Technology and Mental Health

The video is no longer available but you can find the audio version here. Thanks for listening! The article mentioned in the podcast can be found here.

Vlog: Vicarious Trauma

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Finding Resilience in 2020

"Resilience" is an important trait in my line of work for both my clients and myself. As I reflected on the lessons that I've learned during these past 5 months in quarantine, the word resilience stood out. The dictionary on my Mac defines resilience as, "The capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness;" however, I thought I'd reach out to...[ read more ]

Lessons from Lockdown: A Collaboration

I had the privilege of contributing to a post about lessons learned from the COVID19 lockdown. Check it out here! Thanks for stopping by!

Memoirs of Mental Health: Keke Palmer

I'm pretty sure that Keke Palmer is one of the youngest people whose memoir I've read. Today, I'm excited to share some of the insights that I've gained from her book, I Don't Belong to you: Quiet the Noise and Find your Voice. Mental Health Insights I believe that a lot of millennials and gen-z folks will resonate with this...[ read more ]

Childhood Interrupted- Raising Kids During a Pandemic: A Book Review

I'm always excited to review books that can be used as resources for my clients and their parents. Today, I'm excited to share some of the insights that I gained from Dr. Sanjay Gupta's latest book, Childhood Interrupted- Raising Kids During a Pandemic. I see a lot of adolescents at my therapy practice and many of the parents of these...[ read more ]

The To-Do List Formula: A Book Review

Nerd Alert! I LOVE to-do lists. As a person prone to anxiety, I tend to gravitate towards things that help me to keep balance and a sense of control in a hectic world. With that being said, I am excited to share about a great little book I read this morning: The To-Do List Formula, by Damon Zahariades. Insights Gained...[ read more ]