Mental Health Awareness Week webinar – How to provide holistic, individual support across the employee lifecycle as demand for mental health support increases

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This webinar has not taken place and can be viewed here.

It’s no secret. Demand for mental health support is on the rise and with the NHS stretched to the max, employees are increasingly looking to their employers for support – both for themselves and their families. The stats speak for themselves:

  • 89% of UK employees with mental health issues say it impacts their working life. More than half of these have considered resigning from a job due to being negatively impacted by their mental health – CV Library
  • Despite 13.8million employees in the UK being covered by an EAP (EAPA), 52% of employees don’t feel they are receiving enough support from employers on mental wellbeing (Deloitte)  
  • 76% of parents said that their child’s mental health had deteriorated while waiting for support from Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (YoungMinds).

One size does NOT fit all

Life and work are intertwined for many – it’s no longer about employee benefits just supporting the employee in the workplace, it’s much wider – we must holistically support employee lifecycle needs.

Many employers and traditional employee benefits are struggling to meet the holistic nature of presenting issue(s) and growing complexity of care needs resulting in employee wellness bearing the brunt.

It’s important now more than ever to have clinically led, individualised mental wellbeing care pathways to support the employee lifecycle needs in the current heath landscape to prevent a mental health epidemic.

If you’re grappling with this challenge, join us on Thursday 16th May from 10.00am – 11.00am during Mental Health Awareness Week for our free-to-attend, interactive Make A Difference webinar, sponsored by Lyra UK & Ireland to gain answers to your questions and insights into:

  • Approaches to meeting needs across the entire employee lifecycle
  • What a personalised experience really looks like and the importance of supporting the individual care needs
  • Case study from a leading employer: marrying mental health, culture and individualised care
  • How a bespoke, localised approach from a Global provider can provide a unique customer experience and security in clinical care standards.

Including expert insights from:

  • Dr Catherine McKinven, chartered Counselling Psychologist and Clinical Lead for Lyra UK and Ireland.
  • Dr Richard Peters, Medical Director EMEA, Goldman Sachs
  • Claire Hallmey, International Wellbeing Manager, Oracle

Who Should Attend:

  • C-Suite, HR, DE&I, Wellbeing, Benefits & Rewards Leaders
  • Talent, Engagement, Communication Leaders
  • Culture & Transformation Leaders
  • Managers, Team Leaders, ERG Chairs & Wellbeing Champions
  • Anyone passionate about fostering diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace

If you can’t make the date/time, go ahead and register anyway and we’ll send you the recording a few days after the session.

You can find full details and register free here.



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