Behavioral Health and Return to Work Issues Following the Pandemic

  • 25 Jun 2020
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Webinar


  • Eligible for CE credit
  • Not eligible for CE credit

Registration is closed

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health and substance use issues were already prominent in the workplace. A significant percentage of adults reported distress related to behavioral health issues and research suggested that was leading to a significant impact on productivity on the job.

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased those concerns, particularly as government stay-at-home orders and other mitigation efforts have disrupted daily life. Evidence of increasing rates of anxiety, depression, alcohol misuse and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) suggests that employers need to prepare to accommodate more employees with behavioral health conditions than ever before.

Disability carriers can provide employers specific services and tactics to address these challenges. Disability carriers employ licensed professionals to assist with identifying appropriate accommodation options for limitations & restrictions relates to behavioral health conditions, and to support companies as they implement re-opening plans as government orders are loosened.

Our presenter is DANIEL N. JOLIVET,PH.D., Workplace Possibilities Practice Consultant at The Standard Insurance Company in Beaverton, Oregon.

Dan Jolivet is the workplace possibilities practice consultant at The Standard, where he provides leadership, analysis, and consultative insights into the workplace possibilities service line. He provides specialized focus on behavioral health, stay at work, return to work, ADAAA non-leave services, health management integration, and other related employer solutions. He is a clinical psychologist licensed in Georgia and Oregon, and he has worked in behavioral health since 1980.

Prior to joining The Standard, Dan worked in managed behavioral health care organizations for 20 years in a variety of management roles and was in clinical practice as a child psychologist until 2003.

This webinar is eligible for one hour of CE credit for the state of Kansas and Missouri.

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