Not All Mental Health Benefits are Created Equal

Mental healthcare has become one of the hottest topics in the workplace. However, too many people still lack access to care. It’s not just about making any mental health care accessible—it’s about making the right care accessible.

About the Panel

Sherice Torres is an inspirational leader with nearly 25 years of experience in marketing, brand management, strategic planning, and change management. She currently serves as Global Director of Inclusion at Google – responsible for driving inclusion strategy including employee resource groups, leadership inclusion councils, inclusion partnerships, events, and insights. Sherice is the mother of 2 boys, with a passion for revolutionizing the public education system in the US, and advancing academic and professional opportunities for women and people of color.

Only 20% of mental health treatments have been proven effective

It’s critical that employers consider the type of mental health care their workforce needs. This can be difficult, especially since traditional mental health care services don’t typically measure the outcomes of various care types for different conditions.

In this guide, we’ll discuss the importance of implementing a comprehensive mental health benefit that uses evidence-based therapy. This way, you’ll be able to offer your employees access to effective mental health care.

You’ll learn:
  • What evidence-based therapy is
  • Why evidence-based therapy is so effective
  • The pros of offering an evidence-based mental health benefit