Date: Wednesday, July 13 2022
Hour: 2:00 pm ET | 11:00 am PT
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To have a workforce that achieves all its potential, employers must have a good understanding of mental health and a plan for how to care for it in their workplace. The prioritization of mental health is vital, with many potential negative impacts if it remains ignored. Addressing stress in the workforce is also a key piece of mental health, and an essential part of a plan to help employees with difficulties that can have a real impact on work. A successful plan includes preventative measures as well, along with methods for measuring employees’ wellbeing, and actions to take towards improvement. With a holistic plan in place, a workforce can thrive.
Join this complimentary webcast to discover why offering mental health benefits to employees is necessary in the modern workforce and an essential offering for your clients. You will learn:
- How offering mental health benefits can lead to increased employee retention
- About tools your employer clients can use to determine employee burnout
- Preventative measures for reducing stress and burnout
- What to look for when choosing mental health benefit offerings
- And more…
REGISTER NOW! (Not able to attend? We recommend you STILL REGISTER – you will receive an email with how to access the recording of the event)
|Chad Snyder, PH.D., LPC, NCC | TeleBehavioral Health Director | MeMD Dr. Snyder earned his Ph.D. from Duquesne University in Counselor Education and Supervision, with an emphasis in Crisis Intervention and Management, after completing his MA in Community Counseling, with an emphasis on addiction counseling and children & adolescent counseling.
Dr. Snyder has been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2003, gaining experience from various positions held within the mental and behavioral health field. He has worked in residential treatment facilities, therapeutic school classrooms, partial hospitalization programs, community hospitals, and the insurance arena counseling severely emotionally and behaviorally challenged individuals; whose ages range from adolescent to adulthood.