Are your behavioral health benefits working?

February 22, 2022

Many employers have been providing behavioral health benefits for years. But with mental health issues intensifying due to the pandemic and other stressors, it's time to take a look and ask whether your program is working.

Watch on demand as three thought leaders discuss how innovative digital approaches can overcome these top challenges in offering behavioral health benefits:

  • Combating the stigma around seeking help
  • Knowing how and where to start on the support and treatment journey
  • Getting personalized support that fits
  • Providing easy and quick access to support
  • Measuring and showing results

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Are your behavioral health benefits working?

Learn how to create a mental health program with real impact — for your employees and your business.

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Swapnil Prabha

Vice President, Workforce Wellness Solutions — Unum Group

A thought leader in the insurance industry, Swapnil Prabha's work is helping to shape the digital future of employee benefits. She has helped to develop solutions such as Unum Behavioral Health, which addresses the full continuum of mental health for employees from baseline measurement to a complete range of easily accessible resources and therapeutic interventions. She also leads strategic direction and capability priorities for Unum Leave Logic — an industry-leading leave education and planning SaaS solution.

Matthew Schrock

Matthew Schrock, Ph.D.

Co-Director of Psychology Training, McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Matthew is a clinical psychologist with appointments at McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He is the co-director of Psychology Training for the McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School Doctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology and is a senior staff psychologist at McLean's Behavioral Health Partial Hospital Program. He specializes in providing evidence-based treatment in a flexible, personalized manner. Specifically, he focuses on cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and mentalization-based approaches for adults experiencing mood, anxiety and personality disorders.

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Kristian Ranta

CEO and Founder, Meru Health

Kristian is the CEO and Founder of Meru Health, an online healthcare provider setting the new standard in mental healthcare. With Meru Health, Kristian is on a mission to empower 10 million people suffering from mental health challenges by 2027. This mission is more than business, it's personal: Kristian lost his brother Peter to depression, and since then he has been committed to building better solutions to help people with depression, anxiety, burnout and stress.

Prior to founding Meru Health, Kristian co-founded and ran a diabetes technology company, Mendor, which developed glucose monitors and glucose data analytics for improving diabetes care. The glucose monitoring business was acquired by a Korean public company in 2015. Even earlier, Kristian was a Universal Music artist as the lead guitarist and songwriter of an internationally known heavy metal band called Norther.

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