Join us for upcoming webinars with Lyra clinicians, benefits leaders, and experts as they share evidence-based approaches and practical strategies that you can use to support the behavioral health of your employees and teams.
Reaching Members Early with High-Quality Preventative Care
Thursday, February 25, 2021 @ 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET
Living through crisis after crisis in 2020 eroded even your best employees’ mental health and motivation. Now, it’s up to you to give them the support they need.
In this live webinar, hear how you can provide preventative strategies to help prevent burnout.
Upcoming live webinars
Full-spectrum Care: Designing a Mental Health Solution That Supports Everyone
Tuesday, February 9, 2021 @ 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET
Last year, Pinterest launched a mental health strategy to support the diverse needs of their entire workforce with the goal to provide the right care at the right time for each individual. As a result, Pinterest found their employees are more resilient, productive and their workforce culture is open and positive.
Join this live webinar to learn how to approach this complex challenge and gain actionable strategies to better support your workforce’s full spectrum of mental health needs.
The ROI of Mental Health Care with Morgan Stanley
Thursday, February 11, 2021 @ 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET
Workforce productivity and performance are the foundation for corporate success, especially in high intensity, high-stress industries. Performing at the highest level became even tougher with Covid-19 and the shift to remote work, and leading companies have made new investments in mental health care to keep their people healthy and effective.
Join Morgan Stanley as they share how they’re tracking the return on investment of their mental health strategy, and how it’s impacting their bottom line.
FEATURED ON-DEMAND WEBINAR
2021 Forecast: The Most In-Demand Employee Benefits This Year
Amid all of the disruptions of 2020, employers across industries adapted their workforce benefits to meet employees’ shifting needs. With employees’ physical and mental health top of mind for most organizations, what workforce benefit trends can we expect to sweep the new world of work?
In this session, learn:
- How companies are responding to and supporting parents and families who are working from home during this time
- What the gold standard is for assessing high-quality mental health care for your workforce
- How employers are addressing the long-standing barrier to access mental health care and what drove this innovation to where it stands today
Companies leading in mental health
Sandi Stein, Global Head of Benefits of Brown Brothers Harriman shares how they recognized that it was time to switch to a comprehensive mental health solution that supports their employees and their families with a wide range of mental health needs.Watch the recording
Hear from leaders at Google and Asurion on what it means to cultivate a diverse and inclusive workplace and why DE&I matters for overall employee well-being, retention, and workforce strategy.Watch the recording
Genentech shares why they transformed their mental health benefits, how a tech-based approach has allowed them to deliver more care to employees who need it, and how their strategy is supporting their teams in this crucial time.Watch the recording
Join Ron Crawford, VP of Benefits at Starbucks to learn how they have managed through the public health uncertainty and the strategy they’re using to help their teams return to work.Watch the recording
Jeff Brodsky, CHRO of Morgan Stanley, shares his perspective on why prioritizing mental health should be a strategic goal for all businesses to adapt to the long-term implications of the coronavirus.Watch the recording
Learn how Pinterest approached their benefits design for a comprehensive mental health solution and why they believe investing in mental health is good for their people and good for business.Watch the recording
Learn how NetApp responded to access issues and high out-of-network spend with an innovative people-centered design that seamlessly connects their members to the right mental health care.Watch the recording
Coping with COVID-19
With limited childcare options, virtual schooling, and remote work, parents are overwhelmed. Join Cleo and Lyra to learn how the pandemic is impacting families and learn strategies employers can use to support their working parent population.Watch the recording
The results of a new survey show American workers are grappling with serious mental health impacts from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and what employers can do to support their teams in these unprecedented times.Watch the recording
The way we work has changed overnight, and for many teams working from home is a new and significant adjustment. Learn how managers and benefits leaders can help employees stay mentally well.Watch the recording
Becoming a parent is a big transition. Join clinical experts from Progyny and Lyra as they share how employers can support and retain team members through one of life’s major moments.Watch the recording
Hosted by Collective Health this webinar brought together Dr. Connie Chen, Chief Medical Officer at Lyra Health, and Dr. Chitra Akileswaran, Chief Medical Officer at Cleo, to discuss trends in mental health, telemedicine, and family benefits during COVID-19, and provide guidance on how to help employees cope with stress and anxiety brought on by the ongoing health crisis.Watch the recording
Hosted by the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions and APA Center for Workplace Mental Health this town hall discussed how employers are supporting employees and their families to maintain mental health and wellness and manage any existing mental health conditions during these challenging times.Watch the recording
Return to work series
As you prepare to bring employees back into the workplace, learn the steps you can take to support employees during the transition – from communicating the process, offering flexibility to vulnerable populations, watching for signs of distress, and managing your own wellbeing.Watch the recording
With more than 15,000 locations spread across the U.S., Starbucks has a unique vantage point in the pandemic. Learn how they have managed through the public health uncertainty and the strategy they’re using to help their teams return to work.Watch the recording
As a site of early COVID-19 outbreaks, California has been on the front lines of the pandemic since the beginning. Hear from one of the architects of the state’s response about the data they used to shut down and how they are planning the reopening.Watch the recording