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About lyra health lyra is transforming mental health care through technology with a human touch to help people feel emotionally healthy at work and at homeWe work with industry leaders, such as morgan stanley, genentech, uber, amgen, and other fortune 500 companies, to improve access to effective, high-quality mental health care for their employees and their familiesWith our innovative digital care platform and elite provider network, 2 million people can receive the best care and feel better, fasterFounded by david ebersman, former cfo of facebook and genentech, lyra has raised more than $480 million.
About the role lyra health is looking for a mental health clinician with exceptional writing skills, dynamic public speaking abilities, and deep knowledge of evidence-based therapies (ebts), to develop psychoeducational programming and clinically-informed marketing contentThis role offers the unique opportunity to collaborate with internal partners and employers to develop and present learning content that demonstrate lyra's thought leadership on mental health in the workplace with clarity, clinical accuracy, and research-backed insightsIn addition to shaping content creation, this role will contribute to hiring, onboarding, and training of clinician presenters and facilitators of dei&b-informed mental health programming.
The right candidate will demonstrate the ability to translate ebt principles into engaging, easy-to-understand content, will have a track record as a trusted subject matter expert on a broad array of mental health and behavior change topics, and be knowledgeable about quality improvement and program evaluation to help develop efficient operational processes, scale the development and delivery of educational content, and assess the effectiveness of our programming against kpis.
Develop and refine content strategy and content guidelines that ensure representation of marginalized social identities, not limited to but including bipoc, lgbtq+, and differently-abled individuals in lyra’s psychoeducational materials for members
Design employee- and leader-facing educational trainings and learning materials at the intersection of dei&b and mental health
Present psychoeducational trainings and facilitate discussion-based group events on topics pertaining to social identity and mental health
Consult on best practices for supporting employee wellbeing and optimizing organizational programs and policies regarding mental health across diverse workforces
Contribute to the hiring, onboarding and training of clinician presenters and facilitators of dei&b-informed mental health programing
Assess learning and development needs using surveys, interviews, and ongoing communication with key stakeholders
Assist with the design of learning evaluation and reporting of training outcomes to key stakeholders
Help oversee quality assurance for lyra’s presenters and facilitators
A graduate degree (ma, ms, msw, phd, or psyd) in clinical or counseling psychology, marriage and family therapy, counseling, or clinical social work
Demonstrated expertise on topics related to dei&b and mental health, including culturally responsive mental health care and psychoeducation for underrepresented identity groups
Expertise on evidence-based practices (ebps; e.gCbt, dbt, motivational interviewing) and ability to explain ebps fluently and clearly
Professional experience working with external stakeholders as a consultant or subject matter expert on mental health and/or organizational behavior
Experience with developing engaging psychoeducational content for live presentations
Dynamic, charismatic presentation style and comfort with presenting to audiences of all sizes, virtually and in-person
Experience supervising and providing supportive, constructive feedback to clinicians or instructors
Familiarity with presenting on most commonly used corporate webinar platforms, including gotowebinar,zoom, google hangouts, blue jeans, and cisco webex
Ability to effectively collaborate cross-functionally with multidisciplinary colleagues and designers on content creation
Ability to demonstrate flexibility and adaptability in the face of strict writing deadlines
Formal experience teaching curriculum focused on topics pertaining to diversity, equity, belonging, and inclusion
Prior work developing and managing train-the-trainer models for training programs
Experience with e-learning content creation and use of learning management systems
Training and/or experience in program evaluation methods for mental health programming
Example of psychoeducational material you’ve developed
A link to a recording of you presenting on a relevant topics
We are an equal opportunity employerWe do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.