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The State of Mental Health at Work 2021
The data paint a picture of a workforce under pressure, with difficulty accessing the life-saving mental health care they need. Only 19% of full-time employees sought care from a mental health care professional, and many weren’t aware of the mental health care options available to them.
Download our report for the insights you need to build a stronger, healthier workforce in 2021.
Building resilience in your workforce
2021 Workplace Mental Health Trends Forecast
With the need for better mental health solutions at an all-time high, what should employers focus on first? Get insights from 300+ benefits professionals at leading firms to inform your benefits strategy for the year ahead.
How Managers Can Prevent Employee Burnout
Living through crisis after crisis in 2020 eroded even your best employees’ mental health and motivation. Learn the strategies proven to prevent burnout and help your teams feel less anxious, more connected, and more optimistic.
A Buyer’s Guide to Evaluating Quality in Mental Health Care
Each dollar spent on effective, accessible mental health coverage returns four dollars in benefits. Learn how to manage costs, boost productivity, and make meaningful changes in your people’s mental health.
How to Build a Behavioral Health Strategy
The most effective mental health strategies address mild symptoms before they snowball into something serious — and costly. Use this guide to build a long-term strategy that works.
Guide to Preventative Mental Health Care
It’s crucial to address employees’ mental health issues early, before mild symptoms turn serious. Use this guide to review your preventative care options with a critical eye, focusing on treatments with strict clinical quality standards and a track record of success.
Understanding Employee Mental Health
In partnership with the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions, Lyra surveyed more than 1,200 full-time U.S. employees about how they’re coping with the upheaval of the last several months. The results revealed the many challenges employees are facing and how employers can help.
Therapy providers and Evidence-based Treatments
Not all therapies are created equal. To better understand the types of therapies offered by therapy providers under traditional health insurance plans, a team of Lyra clinicians studied a large subset of providers in a major health network.
FEATURED ON-DEMAND EVENT
More than 1,000 leaders representing 350+ innovative companies joined together virtually at Breakthrough, Lyra’s mental health conference. Watch the on-demand replays to hear success stories from leading companies, learn the latest innovations transforming mental health care, and walk away with actionable insights to deliver meaningful benefits to your workforce.
FEATURED CASE STUDY
A Data-driven Approach to Workforce Mental Health
The employees at Morgan Stanley are experts at investing. That’s why when they were looking for a mental health benefits provider, they wanted to know exactly what return they were getting on such an important investment. Learn how they evaluated their ROI after partnering with Lyra.
Customer case studies
Learn how one company increased usage of mental health support while cutting its costs by 39%
Learn how an automotive company chose Lyra to deliver effective, evidence-based care to its workforce
Learn how 82% of Amgen employees recovered or improved with Lyra
Learn how Genentech replaced its EAP with Lyra and improved workforce mental health
Published clinical results
A new study, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology, shows that evidence-supported therapies (ESTs) provided by Lyra therapists in a real-world, non-laboratory setting are effective in treating both anxiety and depression.Read the summary
Published in the Journal of Medical and Internet Research, this clinical study shows that Lyra Blended Care Therapy helps individuals with depression and anxiety experience significant decreases in symptoms in a shorter period of time.Read the summary
A clinical study conducted by Lyra, and published in the journal Telemedicine and e-Health, shows that Cognitive Behavior Coaching (CBC) can be highly effective at reducing mild symptoms of stress and improving mental well-being.Read the summary
“We work in a competitive, high-pressure industry. Doing the right thing for our people means arming them with the technologies, tools, and human support needed to thrive amid workplace and personal pressures.”