Mental Health in the workplace - Realities
According to the Surgeon General, one in five adults (20%) will experience a diagnosable mental illness in any given year.

Among those of working age, it is estimated that the prevalence of mental illness and/or dual diagnoses in any given year approaches 25%.

Mental illness and dual diagnoses annually cost employers, in direct and indirect costs, an estimated $80 to $100 billion.

Nearly 86 percent of employees who were treated for depression with antidepressant medications reported that their work performance improved.
YET,

Less than one-third of adults with a diagnosable mental disorder receive treatment in any given year.

CPM can address issues relating to:

DepressionAnxiety
Interpersonal, Familial, or Marital ConflictsGrief: Death and Dying
ADHD and Conduct ProblemsDual Diagnosis
Stress ManagementChildcare/Eldercare
Occupational issuesWorkplace Violence
Trauma: Abuse / NeglectDomestic Violence
Financial, Health, or Legal Difficulties

Reality…

When employees improve their mental wellness…Employers benefit.
Is your human resource department struggling with these issues?

Questions? Call 978-685-8800 | Fax: 978-685-8808 | Center for Psychiatric Medicine 290 Merrimack Street, Lawrence, MA 01843
Specializing in Neuropsychiatry, Psychopharmacology, Individual and Group Psychotherapy, Family and Couple’s Psychotherapy, Youth and Adolescent services,
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Dual Diagnosis, Psychological and Neuropsychological Testing, Memory Evaluations and Boredom Management