Mental Health Trends Impacting the Workplace in 2023

It’s no secret that the pandemic, societal differences and ongoing uncertainty have taken a tremendous toll on our mental health. As a result, organizations have faced endless challenges, such as the Great Resignation and quiet quitting. This might leave you wondering about what is on the horizon in 2023.

Here’s What You Will Learn 

In this BHS Symposium Series webinar, we cover:

  • The mental health trends that will show up in the workplace in 2023
  • How will these trends impact the workplace
  • What can organizations do to respond to challenges created by these trends
Featured Speakers

Melanie DuPon
Director, Customer Solutions - BHS

About the Speaker

Melanie is the Director of Customer Solutions at BHS. Passionate about building cultures of well-being in the workplace, Melanie has a strong record in helping companies improve employee access to behavioral health support and care integration. Since 1991, Melanie has worked in the healthcare industry in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States, applying health and social policy to real-life settings. At BHS, she is responsible for consulting with clients and developing solutions for improving mental health and managing related behavioral risks in the workplace. Melanie received her bachelor’s degree from Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario and her master’s degree in public policy from Johns Hopkins University.

Ava Diamond, LCSW
Thrive Consultant - Guide+Thrive by BHS

About the Speaker

Ava is a licensed clinical social worker who has a wide range of experiences in developing and implementing life-changing services for diverse populations. She has positively impacted medical students at Yale University, leaders in the U.S. Military, professional athletes, CEOs, and Fortune 100 companies with her Brain & Body Optimization program that builds resilience through specialized self-care strategies. Her areas of expertise are in chronic stress management, addiction recovery, brain: body health, and performance. She has a keen understanding and ability to assist with human systems challenges, such as communications, collaboration, and production.

Thomas Pipkin
Director, Organizational Development - BHS

About the Speaker

For over 20 years, Thomas has focused on the human dimension of organizations, helping them develop in leadership, employee engagement, team building, and change effectiveness. An accomplished and sought-after facilitator, he has worked with several highly valued brands and well-known clients throughout the mid-Atlantic region. His experience includes leading people, helping teams grow, and aligning employees to their organization’s mission, vision, and culture. Thomas holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business from York College of Pennsylvania.