Employees who have the tools to improve their mental health are more engaged and productive in their jobs, miss less work and may even lower their chronic disease risk.
Mental Health Coaching is a condensed package of Cleveland Clinic coaching programs that focus on managing emotions, building resilience, reducing stress and overall personal and professional development.
Participants share their goals and challenges, and their dedicated coach provides guidance, problem-solving tools and coping strategies that work for them.
Participants can email their coach anytime, anywhere—perfect for non-traditional work schedules. Plus, participants may feel more comfortable communicating about difficult topics or experiences via email than over the phone or in person.
Mental health clinicians monitor interactions, provide crisis intervention in case of emergencies, and make referrals to employer-sponsored or community resources for individuals who may benefit from more in-depth care.
Online Health University consists of eight courses that employ a cognitive-behavioral training process to retrain the brain and the body to elicit positive and long-lasting behavior change. Two of the courses focus specifically on emotional well-being:
Clarity is a Cleveland Clinic Mental Health Coaching program that helps participants manage their emotions and focus on personal development and growth.
Watch the video to learn why employers should invest in mental health coaching, how mental health coaching differs from counseling, and why Cleveland Clinic Coaching is more effective than telephonic coaching and automated programs.
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