The Path to Parenthood: Supporting Your Employees’ Emotional Wellbeing

Join clinical experts from Progyny and Lyra as they share how employers can support and retain team members through life’s major moments.

The process of building and expanding a family can be at the same time unpredictable, joyous, stressful, life-changing, and expensive. The transition is also a huge time of change and supporting your employees’ mental health can have a huge impact on their wellbeing, ability to be productive at work, and successfully return to the office.

In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How infertility can impact mental health
  • Social myths about having a baby lead to inaccurate expectations and extra stressManaging your own wellbeing so you can lead through stressful times
  • How stigma can prevent parents from seeking mental health care
  • Specific steps employers can take to support and retain their team members no matter what stage of parenthood

The Speakers

Georgia Witkin, PhD
Head of Patient Service, Progyny

Dr. Georgia Witkin is a clinical psychologist and expert on infertility, egg donation, egg freezing, and therapy for couples. She is the author of 13 books and, in addition to her role at Progyny, she serves as an Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital and is the Director of Psychological Services for Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York.

Megan Kelly, PsyD
Clinical Quality Lead, Lyra Health

Dr. Megan Kelly is a clinical psychologist and specializes in maternal mental health, women’s mental health and trauma. At Lyra, Dr. Kelly provides clinical consultation to Lyra’s Blended Care therapists and contributes to clinical quality and training development for the Blended Care Program. Prior to joining Lyra, she maintained a private practice in the San Francisco Bay Area and was clinical faculty at the Stanford University School of Medicine as a member of the comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Team.