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What You Stand to Lose if You Don’t Focus on Behavioral Health in Return-to-Work

Returning to work after a disruptive event can be difficult for anyone. With that said, there are a lot of options and resources out there to help employees and individuals return-to-work in a timely and positive way.


With NWCDC coming up in November, R3 Continuum’s Tyler Arvig, PsyD, LP and U.S. Bank’s Todd Kirchner are presenting “Please Come Back! Innovating Approaches to Behavioral Workplace Integration”


Read this article for more information regarding the conference and how having a solid return-to-work plan is important in any workplace

Tyler Arvig, PsyD, LP

Clinical Director of Business Development

About the Author: Dr. Tyler Arvig is a licensed psychologist with extensive experience in the workplace absence, disability, and worker’s compensation arenas. Dr. Arvig has been with R3 Continuum since 2007, his current role is the Clinical Director of Operations, where he oversees operations related to physician training and mentoring. Dr. Arvig has extensive experience conducting disability peer reviews, claimant interviews, and treating provider interviews. In addition to this, he has conducted several trainings for claims specialists and fellow mental health professionals. He has authored several written works including various peer-reviewed journal articles, and a featured column within Disability Management Employer Coalition’s (DMEC) 2015 @Work magazine, related to employment of returning military service members.