Multiracial, Mixed, or biracial, others want to know “what” we are before learning who we are. There are more multiracial or Mixed-race people in the U.S. today than ever before, yet we can easily feel the experience of othering in the communities we grow up around.Read More
Welcome. We are so glad you found us.
Seeking inclusive therapy? All of you is welcome here. The hurt parts, the triumphant parts, and all the messy parts in between—we are honored to hold space for clients who have been right where you are now.
Panorama Therapy is a niche, nationwide therapy practice of psychologists who serve all kinds, providing specialized care including LGBTQ+ therapy, therapy for multiracial and Mixed folks, Asian American therapy, and therapy for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color). We provide inclusive therapy in 39 states, including Texas, New Jersey, Washington, Nevada, Illinois, and many more.
As licensed psychologists who know first-hand the journey you’re on, we are dedicated to affirming and inclusive therapy. We are known for creating spaces to celebrate your most authentic self as you access a life of greater meaning and hope.
Panoramas evoke expansion, opening, broadening, and integration, cornerstones of change and healing. Committed to anti-racist, anti-oppressive therapy, Licensed Psychologists at Panorama Therapy are ready to begin a transformative and affirming relationship where you can
- Feel safe even when vulnerable,
- Nurture the authentic person you are within and beyond your identities,
- Partner with someone who really sees you beyond your struggles, and
- Develop hope as you are guided toward the resources you need to feel more secure in the world.
In couples therapy, you can expect to rediscover connection and security through your relationship.
If you’re seeking affirming LGBTQ+ therapy or BIPOC therapy, we know it couldn’t have been easy to get to where you are today. Navigating personal identity, who we are to ourselves, is really hard in the face of challenging systems and -isms. Doing so within connected relationships, while you’re pursuing a meaningful life, juggling it all, you’ve likely faced more than your share of challenges. You deserve a knowing and relatable companion on your healing and growth journey.
How Therapy Works at Panorama Therapy
Our psychologists weave together centuries of cross-cultural teachings, research, and empirical support. Based on your unique concerns, we tailor an integrative approach rooted in attachment & neuroscience that also benefits from our compassionate presence, mindful awareness, and deep listening. The results are moving forward from your past, communicating and relating more effectively, and feeling more connected and empowered within yourself.
I’m humbled every day to sit with people who are committing the time, effort, and courage necessary for their growth. This is especially true for those navigating life as members of the queer & trans communities, as Mixed race or multiracial, as BIPOC, or really anyone who feels like I’m going to get them. I hold it as a privilege and responsibility to provide a safe space for healing members of my own communities. I look forward to hearing your story.
–Miranda Nadeau, Ph.D.
Therapy Concerns in the Panoramic Landscape
relationships & connection
Your social & romantic life and you. Family of origin concerns. Couples therapy & relationship therapy.
gender & sexuality
Affirming identity exploration, development, and transitions. Referral letters for trans & gender expansive folks.
self-worth & self-compassion
Improving the most important relationship in your life: your relationship with yourself.
Racial, ethnic, & cultural identity. Perfectionism & adulting. Meaning & purpose. Psychedelic integration.
Multiracial folks, in particular, often face conflicts while growing up around embracing identity versus fitting in. For some, not fully identifying with one racial or cultural group can leave us wondering where we belong, if not with one of those monoracial groups.Read More
As a Licensed Psychologist and therapist, I know all too well that life involves pain and still believe that suffering is optional. Whether a breakup, hurtful conversation with a family member, heartbreak, loneliness, or a rug burn, life happens. Therapy can help us better respond to our pain.Read More