On-Demand Webinar
Why Community Matters in Mental Health Care
The clinical effectiveness of Circles
Julius Narkus
Demand Gen
Modern Health
Julius Narkus
Demand Gen
Modern Health
As our professional landscape continues to adapt and evolve, it is vital that the means by which we access mental health care does as well. In our recent study, we found that among those who attended a group session (Circle) for the first time, the session was the first entry-point to mental health care for 50% of attendees.

Join Modern Health’s Lena Winters LCSW, Community Care Lead, and Dr. Cynthia Castro Sweet, Senior Director of Clinical Research, as they discuss how Circles can be a scalable, effective way to engage people in mental health services.

Key learnings:
  • How group-based care compliments HR employee wellness initiatives such as burnout, world events, DEIB topics and more
  • How multiple modalities of care can impact benefit engagement and outcomes
  • Why group-based care matters to your employees and HR leaders

HR recertification credit:
SHRM has pre-approved this session for 1 PDC for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.
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About the panel:
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Lena Winters is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the Community Care Lead at Modern Health. She earned her MSW with a specialization in clinical social work and psychotherapy from New York University. She has worked in healthcare, learning & development, trainings, consulting, private practice, and higher education. In these various roles and industries, Lena has focused on creating and delivering inclusive mental health and well-being resources and support to individuals, teams, and companies. Lena resides in Los Angeles, CA.
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Dr. Cynthia Castro Sweet is a Clinical Psychologist and leads the Research team at Modern Health. She has a PhD in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Behavioral Medicine from the UCSD/SDSU Joint Doctoral Program. She has been working in applied behavioral medicine research for years, first as an academic researcher at the Stanford Prevention Research Center, and more recently at Omada Health. She designs and executes studies of various designs and sizes to generate evidence of the clinical and economic value of technology-enabled healthcare programs.
Julius Narkus
Demand Gen
Modern Health
Julius Narkus
Demand Gen
Modern Health
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