The American Worker is Not Alright: Results of a New Nationwide Employee Survey

Loneliness, anxiety, burnout, and thoughts of self-harm are all startlingly common experiences for workers across the United States amid the historic uncertainty and social upheaval of American life in 2020, a new Lyra survey shows. The findings come as U.S. employees are grappling with an onslaught of unprecedented challenges, from coronavirus anxiety and economic instability

Read More >

Mental Health in the Workplace

The Lyra Team

Jul 23, 2020

10 Ways to Create an Affirming Space for LGBTQ+ Clients

Therapy

William Hua, PhD
Jun 20, 2019

Becoming a Dad: How Excitement Can Be Met with Anxiety and Loneliness

Parenting & Kids

Zachary Isoma, PsyD
Jun 13, 2019

What is Mental Health Coaching? Breaking Down 4 Common Myths

Mental Health Care

Matthew Boone, LCSW and Jessica Edwards, CPC
Jun 7, 2019

Work-Related Burnout: How to Spot it and Ways to Cope

Stress

Joe Grasso, PhD
May 30, 2019

The Importance of Assessment in Couple Therapy

Relationships

Terence Patterson, EdD, ABPP
May 16, 2019

How Employers Can Foster a Mentally Healthy Workplace

Mental Health in the Workplace

The Lyra Team
May 9, 2019

A Snapshot of Mental Health in America

Mental Health Care

The Lyra Team
May 1, 2019

Authenticity in Intimate Relationships: It’s Worth the Risk

Relationships

Robyn D. Walser, PhD
Apr 12, 2019

Standing Up to Your Inner Critic

Self-Compassion

Allison Abrams, LCSW-R
Mar 29, 2019

Everyday Forgiveness

Values

Jennifer Gregg, PhD
Mar 8, 2019

The Evolving Possibilities of Manhood

Men's Mental Health

Zachary Isoma, PsyD
Feb 22, 2019

Who Tells Your Story?

Values

Ben Herzig, PsyD
Dec 21, 2018

Alone Time vs. Couple time – Learning to Strike a Healthy Balance

Relationships

Terrence Patterson, EdD, ABPP
Dec 7, 2018