Learn how employers can play a crucial role in helping caregivers and their families thrive.
Amid the ongoing upheaval of the past two years, as well as the blurred lines between work, school, and home, it has become clear that we are facing a national children’s mental health crisis. This crisis does not exist in a silo: As the lines between work and home have blurred, the added stress, anxiety, and burden on caregivers has a direct impact on their ability to thrive at work. Employers must play a larger role in comprehensively supporting their employees by implementing policies, benefits, and managerial strategies that encompass their families, too. Learn how employers can play a crucial role in helping caregivers and their families thrive.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
Product Marketing Manager, Lyra Health
Vice President of Clinical Care, Lyra Health
Tessa is a Product Marketing Manager at Lyra, supporting our Blended Care Therapy offerings. Prior to Lyra, she spent 10 years working across the technology and finance sectors, specializing in strategy & analytics. Tessa has degrees in Finance & Economics from Penn State University and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Alethea Varra, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and vice president of clinical care for Lyra Health. She serves as the senior clinical leader for therapy programs and is responsible for driving overall clinical strategy and oversight of clinical quality and training. Alethea received a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College and doctorate degree in clinical psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno. She completed her internship training at VA Puget Sound Healthcare System and a research fellowship at the Mental Illness Research and Education Center (MIRECC) in Seattle. She has over 15 years of experience in mental health and clinical operations. Her focus is on health care innovation and program development, and she is passionate about improving access to evidenced-based mental health care, especially for underserved populations.