Supporting adversity, stress, and mental health in the workplace has always been a challenge. The COVID-19 Pandemic– along with the associated challenges with remote and hybrid work environments and workforce turnover–has increased this exponentially.
Organizations know mental health matters, but are being asked to balance these demands with the need to maintain–or increase–performance levels. With these challenges, how can an organization create equitable access to mental health care that meets the needs of every person?
In this webinar, leaders in psychiatry and trauma-informed care and stress join our Chief Medical Officer to answer your questions about adversity, stress, and mental health. They will discuss some of the medical evidence in this space as well as deliver actionable steps that you can take away to change what you do in the workplace tomorrow.
June is LGBTQIA+ Pride Month, a time when thoughts often turn to LGBTQIA+ individuals and themes throughout history. Yet, LGBTQIA+ people live out their identities in our communities, workplaces, schools, and families every day, not just one month out of the year.
Although much has changed since those first LGBTQIA+ advocates sought equal rights and fair treatment, LGBTQIA+ communities today continue to experience disparities and barriers to health and wellness as compared to the population at large. LGBTQIA+ individuals have unique health and wellness needs and addressing them as an organization benefits everyone.
In this webinar, author and consultant, Luca Maurer, will discuss how LGBTQIA+ awareness month and health equity intersect. He will provide examples of how LGBTQIA+ individuals have demonstrated the power of equity and belonging throughout history as well as how to apply their lessons today in developing equitable and intersectional health and wellness approaches.