Expanding access, improving outcomes: How behavioral health impacts business

May 17, 2022

Unum's Swapnil Prabha joins Dr. Matthew Schrock, Co-Director of Psychology Training for McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School, to discuss the logistical and cultural roadblocks that keep people in need from accessing mental health care — including stigma, lack of education/awareness, access, and cost — and how employers can help remove these barriers. They also discuss emerging digital mental health solutions and how they can help both employees and businesses thrive in an uncertain world.

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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.

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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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