An open culture around mental health at work allows people to seek support without fear of judgment. Learn how to create a supportive work environment by transforming your workplace culture to improve employees’ well-being.
Between an ongoing pandemic, the tumultuous geopolitical landscape, and the facets of daily living, things have been stressful, which is putting it mildly. Prolonged stress could lead to burnout, reduced productivity, and, ultimately, high job turnover. Creating an open culture around mental health at work allows people to seek support without fear of judgment as well as normalizes the conversation around mental health. In this webinar, learn how to create a supportive work environment by transforming your workplace culture to improve employees’ well-being and ensure a mentally healthy workplace.
In this webinar you will learn:
Vice President of Customer Success,
Vice President of Clinical Care,
Susan Wyatt, MPH, is a recognized leader with a passion for public health and creating systems that help people lead physically and mentally healthy lives. Susan currently leads the Customer Success team at Lyra Health, overseeing relationships and building trust with partner companies, and serves as a company spokeswoman. Her public health background and deep benefit business partnership experience includes roles as a senior benefits business partner at Target and as a population health consultant at UnitedHealth Group.
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.