PATHWAYS - Meet A Vendor
Shortlister hosted Dustin Keller, Ph.D., LPC-MHSP and Vice President of Products, and Dan Peskorse, Vice President of Business Development at Pathways, to share the latest workplace mental and behavioral health challenges and how Pathways at Work can help address them.
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ISSUES IN THE WORKPLACE
Today, more than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of mental health issues across the United States continues to rise. As a result, health-conscious employers are rushing to address the behavioral health challenges of their employees.
Impacts on Employers and Employees:
What Can Employers Do to Help?
Pathways is one of the largest companies in the United States, providing behavioral health services and improving lives for over 30 years by inspiring personal growth, health, and wellness.
Through their innovative Pathways at Work program, offered nationwide, they provide highly customized live and on-demand training workshops, tools, and interactive discussion groups designed to help employees manage mental and behavioral health issues before costly 1-to-1 interventions are needed.
The team of behavioral health experts from Pathways tailors each training to the specific needs of the employees. All Pathways at Work trainers are licensed, full-time behavioral health experts.
The mental and behavioral health program outcomes include the following:
THE PATHWAYS PROCESS
The Pathways process consists of five steps:
After evaluating data points and interviewing key wellness leaders within a company, the Pathways team customizes all course content and recommendations to meet the needs of both the business and their employees—in the short term and in the long run. Pathways’ behavioral health experts support employee behavioral health and well-being with a tailored solution to each workplace and delivers more favorable outcomes for businesses and employees alike.
To learn more, please visit www.pathways.com/pathways-at-work