The need for mental health services in the U.S. has increased significantly since the pandemic, with approximately 4 in 10 adults reporting symptoms of anxiety and depression. As a result, employers’ reliance on top-tier EAPs is now critical. Full-service EAPs assist in many ways, from online evidence-based therapy and in-person counseling to work-life and organizational support.
NBC recently hosted a live presentation by Dr. Steven Taylor, author of The Psychology of Pandemics. Taylor explores the psychological factors that influence the spread of pandemic infections, as well as the associated emotional distress and social disruption of such events.
Innovative EAP Solutions for Post-COVID Mental Health
Employees worldwide are grappling with the pandemic’s mental health aftershocks. A recent survey by NBC revealed three COVID-driven employee mental health demands that are being met with innovative new EAP solutions.
What’s your organization’s plan for employees who are reluctant to return to onsite work? How will you address COVID’s emotional impact on managers and staff? Are you ready to communicate across a hybrid work model? See how a top-tier EAP can facilitate your post-pandemic return to work.
NBC is an exclusive professional trade association of top -tier EAPs and Managed Behavioral Health innovators. Find out what distinguishes top-tier employee assistance providers from conventional EAPs, tech therapy platforms, and other limited offerings.
The National Behavioral Consortium (NBC) is an invitation-only professional trade association of thought leaders from top-tier Employee Assistance Program (EAP) companies, Managed Behavioral Health (MBH) organizations, and affiliated partners. NBC's visionary members share ideas, experiences and best practices to ensure the highest quality support for those facing emotional and everyday challenges.
To advance the care and support of those facing life’s emotional and everyday challenges by sharing our unique clinical, operational and industry knowledge and experiences
To have an enduring, positive impact on the way workplaces view and support employees in need of mental health, work-life and professional development services