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WINTER WELL-BEING TOOLKIT

Let us help you handle the winter blues.

Welcome to Integral Care’s
Winter Well-Being Toolkit!

 

The stressors of the COVID-19 pandemic could make this winter tougher than usual. We’ve compiled a set of innovative ideas to boost mental health for yourself, family, friends and neighbors. Let us help you handle the winter blues, stay connected and celebrate the season in a new and exciting way. Our well-researched, hand-picked topics and tips are designed to warm the soul while supporting well-being.

7 WAYS TO STAY CONNECTED THIS WINTER

Winter is a tough time of year for many of us. The cold weather and decreased sunshine sends us inside, where it’s easier to isolate….READ MORE

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7 IDEAS TO MAKE GATHERINGS SPECIAL THIS YEAR

Ruminating on all the things we can’t do this fall and winter, just like any negative thinking, leads to sadness and even situational depression…READ MORE

8 SIMPLE STEPS TO IMPROVE HAPPINESS

These science-based tips for happiness come from Dr. Laurie Santos, well-known Professor of Psychology at Yale University. Her podcast…READ MORE

9 WAYS TO GET MOVING AND ELEVATE YOUR MOOD IN AUSTIN

Roam the grounds of the “jewel in the heart of Austin”. The Zilker Botanical Garden’s 26 acres feature a variety of ..READ MORE

15 EL ARROYO SIGNS ABOUT OUR MENTAL HEALTH

El Arroyo has served up Tex-Mex in Austin, Texas for over 25 years. More famous than their food are their humorous daily marquee messages. And they’re not afraid to talk about mental health…Read More, View Photos!

6 WAYS TO CELEBRATE THE SEASON IN AUSTIN

Could you use some downtime to get out of your head and relax? Or, maybe you’re celebrating the season solo?…READ MORE

6 MINDFULNESS ACTIVITIES SPECIFIC TO COPING WITH COVID-19 AND THE HOLIDAYS

The stress of COVID-19 and the holidays is real. Consider trying one of these quick mindfulness activities…READ MORE

4 TIPS FOR FIGHTING SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER THIS YEAR

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that occurs in fall and winter. It’s caused by a …READ MORE

YOUR MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE GUIDE

Everyone has mental health. And everyone could use some extra emotional support to get through the challenges of…READ MORE

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