Supporting behavioral health at work

May 12, 2021

Dr. Philip Levendusky of the world-renowned McLean Hospital joins Unum’s Swapnil Prabha to discuss how the mental health of employees — especially young people — has been seriously challenged by isolation and loss of control during the pandemic. In this SHRM webinar they go on to discuss how innovative employer-based programs can provide the access, advocacy and ease of treatment navigation employees need to get back on top of their game.
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Dr. Philip Levendusky

Director of Psychology, McLean Hospital; Associate Professor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School

For more than three decades, Dr. Philip Levendusky has directed and/or developed more than 30 cutting-edge clinical programs at McLean Hospital. He is recognized nationally and internationally as a pioneer of integrated cognitive-behavioral treatment systems for persons with serious mental illness. In addition, he has inspired a generation of students to achieve excellence in the pursuit of their professional careers.

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Swapnil Prabha

Vice President, Digital Offerings, Unum

With 15 years of experience in the insurance industry, Swapnil is the Vice President of Digital Offerings at Unum. Prior to joining Unum, Swapnil spent seven years at McKinsey & Company where she was a leader in the Insurance Practice focused on Digital Services across all lines of business and Employee Benefits specifically.

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