Panoramic Counseling Blog

The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down: A Book Review

Due to the circumstances, I'm reading more than ever before. With that being said, I seldom come across a book that I would consider to be life-changing. The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down by Haemin Sunim is one of those exceptions and I'm excited some insights that I gained from his book with you. What is...[ read more ]

Mental Health During COVID-19

In this video, I chat with realtor, Dantrail White about COVID-19, its impact on our mental health, and ways in which we can cope. https://youtu.be/AcjTJVMsz7s Thanks for watching! Follow Panoramic Counseling on your favorite social platforms here.

Ways to Manage Anxiety During COVID19

Today, I'm sharing a quick video with 4 ways that WE can manage anxiety and worry during COVID19. https://youtu.be/AarsLrZKpZE Thanks for watching! Follow Panoramic Counseling on your favorite social platforms here.

What is CBD extract?

I first became aware of CBD extract last year, as these products seemed to be available everywhere. "CBD" is short for "cannabidiol" which is derived from the hemp plant, also known as cannabis. In this article, I'll share what I've learned (so far) about CBD. From there, I'll consider the possible benefits, uses, misconceptions, and warnings pertaining to CBD for...[ read more ]

Burning Sage

You may be thinking, "It's finally happened. This mental health blog has taken a turn in the direction of woowoo." Bear with me. Today, I'm gonna share about some of the history and possible benefits of burning sage, an herb known for its fragrance. Recently, I learned that my therapist burns sage in her office each morning before seeing clients....[ read more ]

Year-End Review & An Awesome Freebie!

I tend to cringe as the New Year approaches, as most claims of  New Year's resolutions and the cliche of "New Year, new me" fade within a matter of weeks for most people. My cynical attitude about the New Year changed today as I read a post on my favorite mental health blog. The post included a link to a...[ read more ]

Meditation: “Check out to check in”

Today's post is a video about one of my favorite coping skills: Meditation! https://youtu.be/Fh8bS9LvqXI Thanks for watching! Want to be the first to receive new mental health articles from Panoramic Counseling? Subscribe to the Newsletter!

SAD and the Winter Blues

I recently had the honor of participating in a local panel discussion about seasonal affective disorder and the winter blues. Today, I will be sharing some insights gained from that discussion and more. What are SAD and the Winter Blues? Though it's not the official term, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is how most of us describe the series of depressive...[ read more ]

Getting Past your Past: A Book Review

Because I plan to start offering EMDR therapy at Panoramic Counseling in early 2020, I have been immersing myself in the writing of EMDR’s founder, Francine Shapiro. Today, I want to share some practical insights that I gained from Shapiro’s EMDR self-help book, Getting Past Your Past. If you’re not familiar with EMDR therapy, I’ll provide the cliffnotes definition: It’s...[ read more ]

The Burnout Generation: A Book Review

I talk a lot about self-care and burnout on this website for obvious reasons. The world we live in is fast-paced and very stressful at times! I was thrilled when I learned that there was an audiobook by Anne Helen Petersen called “The Burnout Generation”. Today, I’ll be sharing insights from her book with you. For clarity, the burnout generation...[ read more ]