Resources

Read the latest reports, white papers, and case studies about how Lyra is transforming mental health

FEATURED REPORT

Study Finds 83% of U.S. Employees Are Experiencing Mental Health Issues

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.

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American Worker in Crisis: Understanding Employee Mental Health in Unprecedented Times

Customer case studies

Genentech delivered a best-in-class mental health solution for the top minds in biotech

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Discover why NetApp calls Lyra a “game changer” for employee well being

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Learn how 82% of Amgen employees recovered or improved with Lyra

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See how eBay solved their access problem and delivered 7x engagement

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Coping with the coronavirus

Return to work guide

To support employers during this unprecedented moment, Lyra created a comprehensive return-to-work guide that offers practical advice for people managers and perspectives from senior HR leaders on how to manage the next phase of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Employee ebook

While the pandemic brings certain unavoidable challenges, like uncertainty, that doesn’t mean your mental health has to suffer. In this ebook, Lyra compiled top tips and insights from their clinical team to help you weather this challenging time.

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Impact report

Lyra analyzed data from thousands of clients in care and surveyed several hundred of our mental health clinicians to create a report to help understand how COVID-19 is impacting American workers in both obvious and under the radar ways.

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Latest clinical results

Real World vs. The Lab: Lyra Study Shows Evidence-Based Therapy Effective for Depression and Anxiety

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

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.

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New Study Shows Telehealth Blended Care Therapy Highly Effective for Anxiety and Depression

EXECUTIVE 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.

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New Study Proves Cognitive Behavioral Coaching is Effective at Reducing Stress and Improving Well-being

EXECUTIVE 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.

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Webinars for managers and benefits leaders

Check out our upcoming live and on-demand webinars featuring benefits leaders, Lyra clinicians, and though-leaders.

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Insights

Research suggests most health plan providers are not practicing evidence-based treatments

WHITE PAPER

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.

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Evaluating quality in mental health care

WHITE PAPER

This in-depth white paper provides a framework for understanding and measuring quality in mental health care and how you can ensure your employees are receiving care that helps them improve their health and ability to contribute to your company.

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“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.”

Deb OlsonPrincipal Benefits Manager, Genentech