GDAHC Events

Stress, Anxiety, and Depression in the Workplace

Who's Job Is It, Anyway?

Mental health challenges in our community have been a growing issue and employers are taking notice. Stress, anxiety, and depression can consume not only an individual, but a family, a department, and a community. Join GDAHC and our expert panel in the conversation as we explore the prevalence of mental health challenges affecting our workforce and learn about what can be done to help change course. This event will cover:

  • The prevalence of depression and mental health issues in the workplace
  • Cost of depression for employers
  • Impact of stress, depression, anxiety and other mental illness in the workplace
  • Options for workplaces that can help prevent and address challenges
  • Real working strategies utilized by large and small scale corporations
  • Insurance coverage challenges and how to guide employees
  • A personal story of living and working through S.A.D. in the workplace

Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available now! Please contact Nicki Gabel for more info.

Guest Speakers:

  • William Beecroft, MS, DFLAPA, Medical Director, Behavioral Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
  • Joy D. Calloway, MBA, MHSA, Public Speaker, Corporate Trainer, Problem Solver
  • Ms. Drew Nelson-Brent, MS, LLPC, CGT, The Green Project Counseling
  • Michelle Riba, MD, MS, Professor of Psychiatry, Associate Director of the UM Comprehensive Depression Center, Co-Director UM Comprehensive Depression Center's Workplace Mental Health Program, University of Michigan (UM) and author of the soon to be released book Mental Health in the Workplace: Strategies and Tools to Optimize Outcomes

January 18, 7:30 to 10:30 AM
St. Mary Mercy Livionia Auditorium
36475 Five Mile Road, Livionia, MI 48154
A light breakfast will be served!
Tickets are available now! $25 for GDAHC members, $35 for future GDAHC members