Workplaces offering fewer mental health services in 2022, APA poll shows

NEW ORLEANS — Sixty percent of working adults reported knowing how to access mental health services through their employer in 2022, down from 71% in 2021, the 2022 Healthy Minds poll from the APA showed.
Compared with the 56% who said they could openly talk about their mental health with their supervisor in 2021, this year only 48% said that was the case, researchers reported at the American Psychiatric Association annual meeting.
“What’s troubling about the results of this poll is that even as the pandemic has continued and its mental health effects wear on, fewer employees

NEW ORLEANS — Sixty percent of working adults reported knowing how to access mental health services through their employer in 2022, down from 71% in 2021, the 2022 Healthy Minds poll from the APA showed.
Compared with the 56% who said they could openly talk about their mental health with their supervisor in 2021, this year only 48% said that was the case, researchers reported at the American Psychiatric Association annual meeting.
“What’s troubling about the results of this poll is that even as the pandemic has continued and its mental health effects wear on, fewer employees