Season 2: Episode 36
The time is now: we must support our people in the midst of this Employee Mental Health Crisis. Mental health expert Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge joins us on the podcast to discuss how workplaces can prioritize the mental health and wellness of their people and why they absolutely must start today. Beyond our baseline of wanting our employees to be happy and healthy because they are people we care about, how a workplace supports wellness directly affects productivity, retention and the bottom line in massive ways. We also highlight specific challenges that our employees who are also parents are facing and the need to provide them with additional support. Lastly, Dr. Roseann leaves us with some achievable ways to start creating that supportive culture that we all want as well as the numbers and statistics we need to make that a top priority within our workplaces.
Start making the necessary shifts to support employee mental health in your workplace by listening to this episode of the HRart of It podcast.
About Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge:
Dr. Roseann is a mental health trailblazer, founder of The Global Institute of Children’s Mental Health and Dr. Roseann, LLC who is, “Changing the way we view and treat children’s mental health”. FORBES magazine called her, “A thought leader in children’s mental health”. She is known for brain-based solutions for struggling kids and her work has helped thousands reverse the most challenging conditions, such as ADHD, anxiety, mood, autism, learning disability, Lyme, and PANS/PANDAS using PROVEN holistic therapies such as neurofeedback, biofeedback, and psychotherapy. She is the author of the first ever book on teletherapy activities for child and adolescent therapists, “Teletherapy Toolkit™” and It’s Gonna be OK!™ and gives parents step-by-step solutions for their struggling kids with her books, Raising Successful Kids Community and remote neurofeedback program. A media personality, she is often featured on dozens of media outlets: Fox, CBS, NBC, PARENTS, and New York Times.
- It’s Gonna Be OK™: Proven Ways to Improve Your Child’s Mental Health