Aug. 26th - Virtual Town Hall from APAF and Right Direction


2:00 PM | Virtual Town Hall: Mental Health, Depression and Ending Stigma in the Construction Industry

Virtual Town Hall: Mental Health, Depression and Ending Stigma in the Construction Industry

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Stigma associated with mental health conditions runs high in the construction industry with high rates of suicide. But that’s changing as the industry tackles stigma by raising mental health awareness, engaging in creative campaigns, and helping employees feel psychologically safe seeking treatment when it’s needed.

Join us as leaders in this movement share the innovative ways they’ve busted stigma, engaged leaders, and made a positive difference. Much can be learned from this work, which is especially important as our nation faces a surge in people experiencing mental health conditions.


Cal Beyer, Vice President, Workforce Risk & Worker Wellbeing; CSDZ, a Holmes Murphy Company.
Cal is a Certified Wellness Practitioner (CWP) and Safety Certified Transportation Project Professional (SCTPP). He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention and the Expert Advisory Group of the Center for Workplace Mental Health. Cal was instrumental in forming the Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention.
Leia Spoor, Senior Clinical Consultant, Holmes Murphy 
Leia is a resource for clients, working closely with the Health Asset Management Team and Clinical Learning and Understanding Engine (CLUE). She leads data driven disease-specific interventions to improve quality of life for employees and family members.  Leia is one of the Top 100 Wellbeing Leaders for the Corporate Health and Wellness Association.

This Town Hall is sponsored by Right Direction, an initiative of the American Psychiatric Association Foundation's Center for Workplace Mental Health and Employers Health, a professional benefits organization.
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