Burnout to Balance: How to Improve Mental Health for Working Parents
Replay the conversation about the greatest challenges parents face and why leading organizations are moving toward a family-first approach.
Replay our Conversation
Did you know that a staggering 66% of working parents report feeling burned out from managing their personal and professional responsibilities?
Beyond the workplace, parents wear multiple hats—caregiver, spouse, parent, and many others. Each of these responsibilities come with potential stressors that can reduce engagement and productivity in our day-to-day lives.
Organizations can play a critical role to play in equipping working parents with the tools they need to address these challenges.
Watch the replay and discover:
- The common challenges faced by working parents, including managing work-life balance and dealing with the pressures of a demanding schedule.
- The impact of employee well-being on productivity, including how to create a supportive office culture that prioritizes mental health.
- How leading organizations are creating a family-first approach by prioritizing family mental health
Meet the Speakers
Lead Content Manager, Spring Health
Lynn Burrell, M.S.Ed, P.D
Lynn Burrell is a Lead Content Manager for Spring Health. She began her career in clinical research (Harvard’s Brigham and Women's Hospital, Cornell Medical School/New York-Presbyterian Hospital), working with heart patients in behavioral health. Understanding the importance of Early Interventions, she changed careers and became a school psychologist.