You know your employees best — but when it comes to their mental health, how do you realistically “meet employees where they are?” Your mental health strategy must change and grow to accommodate the varying needs of your population. 

Big Health’s Dr. Jenna Carl, Ph.D. & Karlie Jessop, joined Employee Benefits News to evaluate mental healthcare strategies for 2021 providing insight on:

  • The clinical reality: Mental health symptoms range in severity — your mental health strategy can’t be “one size fits most,” and different levels of care are appropriate at different times.
  • The employee reality: Proven strategies for breaking through to your population and communicating mental health benefits.
  • Evidence-Based Care: What is evidence-based care & why does it matter? Providing efficient access to evidence based solutions will build trust in your population & truly help employees get the care they need. 

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