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

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Mental Health in the Workplace

The Lyra Team

Jul 23, 2020

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Zachary Isoma, PsyD
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Joe Grasso, PhD
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Getting Better Sleep


Matt Boone, LCSW
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The Connection Between Mental Contamination, OCD, and Trauma


Ursula Steck, LCSW, BCD
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Finding and Keeping the Motivation to Change


Amanda Gale-Bando, Ph.D
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Terrence Patterson, EdD, ABPP
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Getting the Most Out of Exposure Therapy


Matt Boone, LCSW
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Exploring the Final Frontier: Multicultural Competence


Ben Herzig, PsyD
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Suicide Prevention

Charlene Fuentes, PsyD
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Battling Burnout with Purpose and Meaning


Jennifer Gregg, PhD
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Integrating Self-Compassion Into Your Practice


Dennis Tirch, PhD
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New Funding, Same Mission to Transform Mental Health


David Ebersman
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Meet the New Lyra: New Look, Same Commitment to Care


Kelly Morgan
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