Effective tips for HR and benefits leaders on how to promote good mental health at work during the holidays and year-round.
Depression can interfere with productivity in an organization — but did you know it also increases the likelihood of other costly diseases?
The case for combining human-delivered therapy with evidence-based digital programs to build a strong benefits package that covers a full spectrum of care.
Poor sleep is associated with decreased physical and mental health, but it also raises the risk of on-the-job accidents and can even lead to low job satisfaction.
Good mental health is a universal human right — but most don’t have access to quality care. Here’s how you can tackle this issue, starting within your organization.
Creating a psychologically healthy organization starts with a better understanding of how anxiety can show up for employees.
Rooted in cognitive behavioral therapy, clinically validated, proprietary treatments offer members proven alternatives to achieve remission.
Learn how we’re meeting teens with depression where they are to deliver an evidence-based program that encourages a healthy lifestyle.
Understanding what the rising rates of depression among youth mean for your organization — and actionable tasks HR and benefits leaders can take today.
In our third episode of Big Health Talks, two clinical experts discuss the standard of care for anxiety — and how it can be improved.
For employees working in certain industries, drug side effects can mean avoiding important mental health interventions.
Get expert insight on how to treat anxiety with Daylight.
Understanding the clinical and financial outcomes of poor sleep and heart health in your organization — so you can help employees live healthier lives.
In our second episode of Big Health Talks, we discuss how digital therapeutics transform patient care with a consultant pharmacist.
Tips on how to optimize work and home spaces to help employees manage stress and improve sleep.
Watch an episode of our latest series, Big Health Talks, where two clinicians discuss everything you need to know about insomnia
Therapists are in short supply, but it’s more complicated than that.
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