Workplace Wellness | Brain Motivation Research| How to Handle Work Stress
A Focus on Workplace Wellness
Work, work, work! It's a concept drilled into our heads at a young age and we are constantly reminded through media about devoting our entire lives towards our careers.

But what about dealing with the consequences we face when work stress starts affecting our lives and mental well-being? That can severely impact your productivity which can lead into even more stress and quickly become part of a cycle.

At Wellspring, we have employment assessments for fields in which it is required but we also can help individuals who are looking to make a change in their careers or need to work through some issues.

Here are some fantastic articles about keeping your stress levels in check.
"There is a cluster of neurons in our  brain critical for motivation, though. What if you could hack them to motivate yourself? "

Over time, we start to train our brains into thinking one way even if we're not consciously aware that it's happening. 

We all need a little outside insight when it comes to dealing with stress. This article reminds us of the various ways we can deal with work pressure when it rears its ugly head.

Speaking of making life easier with technology...Patient Fusion helps you keep track of your health records, manage your appointments, and communicate with your doctor. If you don't have access yet, and are a current patient,  contact our office today.

After logging in and reviewing your record updates and pending appointments on your Dashboard, click on Health Records to see your up-to-date health information. Please note that this will only include what your doctor has added into the system. If you see incomplete or incorrect records, contact your doctor's office.
Your records will include the following information:
  • Lab tests and results (must be individually shared by your doctor)
  • Diagnoses
  • Medications
  • Immunizations
  • Allergies
  • Procedures (any procedure that a doctor has performed on you in their office)
  • Care plans (plans for your future treatment)

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:  depression , bipolar depression,  anxiety 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.

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