Georgina Panting

Contributing Faculty
College of Social and Behavioral Health
School of Counseling
M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Dr. Georgina Panting is a licensed mental health professional with over 20 years of experience helping individuals, couples, and families improve their relationships and overall life satisfaction.
Georgina was born and raised in Honduras, where she got her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the Autonomous National University of Honduras. She received her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College in Illinois and received her doctorate degree in Counseling Education from Northern Illinois University.
Her emphasis is on working on issues related to depression, anxiety, blended family issues, and relational problems. She also focuses on issues about women, such as stress management for the working mother, parenting, and abuse prevention and treatment. Georgina is also a Certified Prepare-Enrich ( facilitator and enjoys working with couples utilizing Emotionally Focused Therapy. She is also a board-certified professional counselor and has a certification as a brain health coach.
As a Latina, Georgina has invested a significant portion of her professional life, providing services for Latino immigrants who benefit from Spanish-speaking services as well as offering workshops on mental health issues and couples retreats for Hispanic churches and the Latino community.
Georgina has vast experience educating and supervising counselors in training. She is an affiliate professor at Asbury Theological Seminary, in the Master In Counseling program, and an adjunct professor at Colorado Christian University. She is a State-Qualified Supervisor for Master level students of mental health and marriage and family counseling.
Georgina is married and has three grown children. She enjoys photography, reading, listening to music, and watching movies.

Courses Taught

COUN 6316 - Techniques in Counseling