The Importance of Mental Health
Mental health has been the topic of many conversations recently, but why is it so important? Your mental health incorporates your emotional, psychological, and social wellness, meaning this important part of your everyday life deals with your emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. 

Ensuring your mental health is in good condition is just as vital as ensuring your physical health is in good condition. That's where we come in, whether you're suffering from emotional problems or dealing with a chronic illness that's begun to limit your life, or you simply have goals you need help meeting, we can help you find your way forward.
Time Management During the Holiday Season
Make your holiday season as stress-free as possible by finding the best way to manage your time. Here are some tips for making a smart schedule. 
  • Get out the calendar and prioritize
  • Establish boundaries and learn to say no
  • Get offline and reduce social media time
  • Balance your workload
Finding peace this holiday season means finding the right balance between personal life and work life, but with some careful planning, it can be done! 
Ways You Can Manage Stress
The symptoms of stress can show itself mentally, physically, and emotionally and it can look different in every person. Although stress is an uncontrollable part of being a human, there are ways you can manage yours to stop it from reaching the next level. 

Some people have found that journaling can help you gain better insight into your inner thoughts and help you find ways to deal with those concerns. Others find that spending time in nature or meditating can give therapeutic effects and help you clear your mind and boost your mood. 

Another way to learn coping mechanisms to deal with stress is through therapy. Speaking to a therapist can allow you to relieve some of this stress and help you understand your anxieties and concerns. Here at Wellspring Behavioral Health, we believe that all people deserve the best life possible. Learn how we can help you start living fully. 

Beating the Holiday Blues
The winter blues are very real, and about 14% of the adult US population suffers from it every season, but there are some ways you can fight back!

Don't let the early nights, darkness and cool weather get you down and discouraged. Keeping active is one of the main was to fight off these sad feelings! Volunteering and helping out others also can lend a hand in beating the winter blues, as it will lift your mood to help others!

Simply talking to someone about your feelings can also help get some of that sadness off your chest, chatting with friends, family or even your psychologist can help you understand why your feeling this way. 

Are you looking for someone to talk to? Here at  Wellspring Behavioral Health , we provide  psychological counseling , including individual and family services for individuals and families in Austin, Texas.

Wellspring Behavioral Health Cares
Dr. McNeely’s viewpoint and practice is integrative, combining developmental, cognitive-behavioral, existential and other perspectives to develop a holistic approach, broadening insight and opportunities for effective intervention.

Abigail regularly works with clients dealing with a broad range of issues including anxiety, depression, bipolar depression, life challenges and chronic illness. She offers individual, couples and family counseling for adults and teens, as well as academic, employment and medical needs psychology assessments.
Call 512-302-1590 to schedule your appointment.
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