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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

Associate Medical Director

About the Author: Tyler has over thirteen years of domestic and international experience in behavioral health workplace absence—including disability and worker’s compensation assessment, consultation with employers and insurers on complex claims, effective return to work strategies, program development and improvement, and supervision and training of industry professionals. He is a sought-after speaker, writer and contributor in the field of workplace behavioral health and workplace trauma recovery.