Lyra Health is the leading provider of Workforce Mental Health benefits, serving 10 million global employees and their dependents. Lyra is transforming mental health care using intelligent matching technology, concierge support, and an innovative digital platform to deliver a frictionless experience for members, providers, and employers. Lyra quickly connects members to an exclusive network of evidence-based providers, mental health coaches, digital wellness tools, and personalized medication programs. Lyra’s approach to mental health care has been proven to help members improve or recover faster and reduce medical claims costs for employers. For more information, visit lyrahealth.com and follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.
Our mission is to help individuals flourish by optimizing their mental health, emotional wellbeing, and spiritual growth. A majority of adults in the U.S. have a mental or emotional health challenge and want assistance. However, only a small fraction receive professional services (especially with the acute shortage of providers). While 75 percent turn to self-care first, CredibleMind uniquely provides users with evidence-based self-help approaches and helps them find the most appropriate resources and interventions in a friendly, familiar, and accessible form.
The CredibleMind platform enables payers, public health departments, employers, insurers, healthcare providers, and community organizations with a comprehensive upstream population-based mental health ecosystem, complete with local customization, engagement tools, and analytics reporting on needs, use, and outcomes. For more information visit crediblemind.com.
Headspace Health helps organizations make the workplace a source of mental health strength and support. By giving employees the tools they need to take care of their minds, we’re stopping daily stress from building into serious cases of anxiety and depression, and solving problems of lost productivity and absenteeism at the same time. We focus on building healthy routines that last a lifetime across the spectrum of mental health and wellbeing needs, from promotion and prevention to therapy and psychiatry, guiding people to the proper care at the right time.
Currently 1 in 6.8 people have experienced mental health problems in the workplace. We are at a critical juncture – the time to shake up workplace mental health is now. Workplace Mental Health 2022 will unite HR and employee benefits leaders from multiple industries to spread awareness, tackle key challenges together, and overhaul the current offering and mindset around workplace mental health.
Global and national organizations at the forefront of employee mental health support will showcase the challenges and triumphs that helped to position themselves at the top of the field, including EY, Google, TikTok, RedBull and Amazon. Learn how the experts are revolutionizing workplace mental health, and reimagine your own employee mental health systems for the better.
The time for action is now – through mission-driven discussions, Workplace Mental Health 2022 will focus on facilitating long-term, sustainable cultural changes to how we approach burnout, stress, depression and overall employee mental health . Join case studies and interactive roundtables, led by senior experts, on topics such as kick-starting cultural change, moving from box-ticking to action, personalization, what does success look like, and more.
“Everybody has mental health and every employer has an opportunity to invest in their employees’ well-being by creating a psychologically safe workplace. Challenging stereotypes, educating our workforces, and building communities that supports each other is the first step in removing barriers that otherwise limit our employees’ access to mental health resources.”
“As a result of the pandemic, the Mental Health of our employees and their families has become its own crisis. It’s our job as employers to help support them through it. Now more than ever, we need to ensure we have our finger on the pulse of the mental health of our employees and their families and look for creative ways to meet employees and families where they’re at.”
Diana joined Unilever in Q4, 2020, serving as its Chief Health & Wellbeing Officer. Her team has responsibility for the health and wellbeing of Unilever’s 150,000 employees around the world. Prior to Unilever, Diana was the Chief Medical Officer for GE Appliances (GEA), where she oversaw global healthcare delivery, as well as the company’s health and leave benefits. Earlier in her career, Diana held senior positions at Carewise Health and Humana. At Carewise, she served as VP, Clinical Strategy and Innovation, focusing on developing new products, services, and partnerships for the employer health and wellness markets. At Humana, Diana led the company’s clinical product and service innovation, with a focus on leveraging new technologies and partners. Diana trained in Internal Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Craig Kramer is Mental Health Ambassador and Chair, Global Campaign for Mental Health, in Neuroscience External Affairs at Janssen R&D, a Johnson & Johnson company.
In this capacity, Craig leads a Johnson & Johnson team that seeks to transform mental health care globally by raising awareness, reducing stigma, promoting research, improving access, and ensuring better patient outcomes. Key initiatives include a global leaders’ coalition to champion proven, scalable reforms, including “next-in-class” workplace mental health practices.
Prior to this role, Craig held a variety of positions in global corporate and government affairs at Johnson & Johnson and worked as a lawyer in the U.S. Congress, a Washington, D.C., law firm, and an international human rights organization.
Craig is a graduate of Princeton University’s School of Public & International Affairs, the University of Michigan School of Law, and Harvard Business School’s General Management Program. He serves the American Brain Coalition, citiesRISE, DMAX Foundation, International Alliance of Mental Health Research Funders, International Schools Services, National (US) Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention, One Mind at Work, Project HEAL, Trinity Counseling Services, United Nations Health Innovation Exchange Investor Coalition, United for Global Mental Health, and US National Response to COVID-19.
Craig was recently appointed chair of the US national commission on mental health and suicide prevention reform (aka the Action Alliance).
John Alaimo is a 6-year Amazonian working as a Sr DEI Business Partner supporting Disability Programs. John previously supported the technology industry for over 17 years, which consisted of roles in engineering management, designing and optimizing data center systems across multiple tech companies including AWS.
John is also a veteran of the US Navy, identifies with having non-apparent and physical disabilities, is neurodiverse, and has a history of mental illness all of which play a key part of who he is and the value he delivers. As a result, John has become a leader advocating for mental health and disability inclusion driving innovations across government, healthcare, and business to help create a culture shift with how employees are supported in the workplace.
John serves as the Vice President of Amazon’s People with Disabilities (AmazonPwD) Affinity Group and is the Founder of the Mental Health & Well-Being Affinity Group. He holds a BS in Nuclear Engineering Technology and Graduate Certificate in Systems Design and Management from MIT.
Rebecca is a Licenced Clinical Social Worker with over 15 years of experience in the mental health field. She currently serves as the Head of Clinical, Global Mental Health in Google Benefits. She supports the mental health of Googlers and their families by leading on global clinical mental health strategy and programming, ensuring solutions and interventions are clinically sound. She also oversees global critical incident and crisis response and support for special employee populations. Prior to joining Google in 2019, she served as Clinical Director at a national EAP, and spent 12 years in leadership and clinical roles supporting student mental health at New York University. Rebecca has specializations in college and corporate mental health, psychiatric emergency, suicide prevention and response, sexual misconduct prevention and response, and helping individuals and organizations through crisi
Sheela Subramanian is Vice President and co-founder of Future Forum. She holds 20 years of experience building high-growth global teams across Google, Slack, and startup organizations. As a champion for workplace equity, her work is cited in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, and other publications. She is also co-author of How The Future Works: Leading Flexible Teams to Do the Best Work of Their Lives. Sheela earned her BA from Stanford University and MBA from Harvard Business School and is the mother to two magical daughters.
With over 25 year of human resources experience, Deepa is in her dream job now at NVIDIA corporation as the Global Well-being Manager. Prior to NVIDIA, Deepa held roles at Cisco, Stanford and other education organization focusing on leadership development, inclusion, and overall employee experience. Deepa’s educational background in both Psychology and Education create the foundation for her work in well-being. Her primary focus is mental health and creating an environment where we normalize the conversation around mental health. NVIDIA’s values are strongly embedded in the sense of community. We want our employees to do their life’s work here at NVIDIA. That said, we believe that employee should bring their whole authentic self to work every day and that includes their families, who come to work with them every day from an emotional perspective. Deepa’s role is to support and promote a culture of well-being.
With experience across the consulting, TPA & in-house sides of healthcare, Sara’s experience in benefits gives her a unique perspective around what’s possible when it comes to developing and administering customized health and welfare solutions. Passionate about meeting employees where they’re at and finding ways to improve comprehension, Sara constantly looks for new ways to innovate around the ‘what’ and ‘how’ when it comes to building out the benefits ecosystem.
Nicole Stelter, Ph.D., is the director of Behavioral Health at Blue Shield of California, a nonprofit health plan with more than $22 billion in annual revenue serving 4.7 million members in the state’s commercial, individual, and government markets.
Stelter plays a key role in implementing Blue Shield’s Behavioral Health Reimagined strategy. She is also responsible for providing behavioral health and market/provider expertise across Blue Shield of California’s behavioral health initiatives, with a focus on commercial lines of business.
Stelter has more than 30 years of behavioral health experience, most recently serving as Kaiser Permanente’s director of National Strategic Customer Engagement, Specialty Consulting for Mental Health, and Health Equity. In this role, she led the company’s total workforce health portfolio, including providing internal and external consultation and product development for mental health, occupational health, wellness, Employee Assistance Programs (EAP), and disability management services.
Stelter holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from California State University-Dominguez Hills and she earned a PhD degree from Capella University in Minneapolis.
Stelter is a licensed marriage and family therapist, a clinical trauma professional, and holds certifications in community/organizational disaster mental health. Her clinical focus has been with the first-responder community (police and fire), and she served as a behavioral health officer in the California Army National Guard (State Guard/Reserves) from 2010 to 2015.
Mike Weiner, LMSW is the Director of EY Assist, Ernst & Young’s US based Employee Assistance and Work Life program. Mike joined EY in 2015 and is a mental health clinician with nearly three decades of experience. He leads a team of clinicians who, together with a number of vendors, develop innovative programs and solutions to support the emotional wellbeing and daily life needs of EY’s people.
Mike previously worked for Anthem as the Clinical Account Manager for one of their largest global EAP / behavioral health accounts. He also worked for Managed Health Network, the behavioral health division of Health Net, Inc. as the Director of Account Management. Prior to working in the Employee Assistance field, Mike assessed and counseled adults, couples and families at a public hospital and a private mental health clinic. Mike has a Master’s of Science and Social Work from Columbia University.
The time has come to meet in-person once again! Join your peers for live presentations, engaging discussions and face-to-face networking. Catch up with familiar faces and make new connections within the field.
We will be coming together in the Bay Area, CA at the Hotel Shattuck Plaza. This venue is a historic landmark Berkeley hotel with beautiful rooms and suites, and meeting space that’s perfectly situated near UC Berkeley.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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