August 7, 2024
Virtual Half-Day Event

A Comprehensive Approach to Worker Well-Being

The fifth annual Workplace Mental Health Conference brings the importance of employee well-being into focus. Increasingly, employers are finding that creating a supportive culture improves organizational morale, lowers costs and increases productivity. The conference will feature presentations on innovative and model programs and evidence-based practices that show current trends in workplace mental health. 

Early bird pricing is available through May 31. Use code EARLY20 to save $20 on an individual registration. Discount does not apply to corporate passes or University of Michigan registration options. See pricing details and payment options.

This conference is eligible for 4 CEU contact hours. We are in the process of applying to offer SHRM credits. See continuing education details.

Conference features:

  • Real-world strategies for your workplace
  • Tips to kick-start or elevate your employee wellbeing strategy
  • Lineup of well-respected industry and academic experts
  • Personal stories, case studies, and panel discussions
  • Interactive Q&A session
  • 4 CEU contact hours available
  • Participants receive a Certificate of Attendance

Participants include:

  • Employers
  • C-Suite Leaders
  • Health professionals and researchers
  • HR professionals
  • DEI professionals
  • Representatives from diverse industries (public, private, and non-profit organizations)
  • Anyone with an interest in supporting workplace mental health  

A special thank you to this year’s planning committee.

Planning Committee

Sagar Parikh, M.D., FRCPC, Workplace Mental Health Conference Co-Chair
Danielle Taubman, M.P.H., Workplace Mental Health Conference Co-Chair
Workplace Mental Health Solutions team, Eisenberg Family Depression Center
Meg Delp, National Alliance on Mental Illness
Sean Egan, Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity
Shayla Gerity, Center for Workplace Mental Health, APA Foundation 
Emma Jellen, Center for Workplace Mental Health, APA Foundation 
Mari Kira, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, University of Michigan 
Sinziana Luchian, M.B.A., Health Care Initiatives, Detroit Regional Chamber 
Matt Samocki, Ph.D., National Network of Depression Centers
Betsy Schwartz, M.S.W., Center for Workplace Mental Health, APA Foundation 
Kelcey Stratton, Ph.D., Health and Well-Being Services, University of Michigan 
Sheryl Ulin, Ph.D., CPE, Center for Ergonomics, University of Michigan 
Rob Vallentine, M.B.A., Great Lakes Bay Region Mental Health Partnership

Please contact with any questions.