Supporting Your Team’s Mental Health in the Workplace with Darcy Gruttadaro - Professional BusinessWomen of California

Supporting Your Team’s Mental Health in the Workplace with Darcy Gruttadaro

October 12, 2021 - 4:00 PM Pacific Time

Tuesday, October 12th at 4:00 PM Pacific Time


Employee mental health and wellbeing are central to workplace culture, employee retention, performance, productivity and organizational goals. This was always true, but awareness grew significantly during the pandemic.


This webinar with Mental Health Director Darcy Gruttadaro will examine:

  • The current mental health trifecta: pandemic, race & politics, and the economy
  • Three elements to addressing workplace mental health
  • How to create a healthy and caring workplace culture
  • Mental health training for people managers


This webinar will be recorded.

Speaker Information

Darcy Gruttadaro is the director of the Center for Workplace Mental Health. As director, she works with her team in developing high impact trainings, guides, resources, and case studies to support mentally healthy workplaces. The Center’s work includes working in consultation and collaborating with employers in raising awareness, creating mentally healthy organizational cultures, and improving access to mental health services and supports. The Center works with organizations of all sizes from Fortune 100 companies to small family owned businesses in creating effective approaches to improving the mental health and well-being of employees and their families.


Before joining the Center, Ms. Gruttadaro served in multiple senior level positions with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Ms. Gruttadaro has expertise in expanding evidence-based practices, improving early intervention, designing insurance coverage for mental health services, and building an array of effective services and supports that promote resiliency and recovery. She practiced law for the Harris, Beach firm, concentrating her practice in healthcare, mental health, and related issues.