Webinar: Addressing Stigma in Your Organization

September 26, 2022 1 PM EDT

30 min

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Six Tools for Addressing Stigma and Promoting a Culture of Acceptance and Support

As the nation emerges from the physical and emotional scars of the pandemic, we’re entering a new era of uncertainty and growing mental health and substance use challenges. Addressing stigma and creating a culture of acceptance are key to avoiding negative impacts on wellness while ensuring employees can feel accepted and supported in today’s new workplace environment. 

Erin Terkoski Young, MBA/MSW, LICSW and Suzette Glasner, Ph.D., will lead a discussion to help HR, benefits, total rewards, and wellness leaders gain insight into the powerful benefits of developing an anti-stigma culture, revealing actionable approaches that can make an immediate difference in addressing these challenges in the workplace.

Receive 0.5 SHRM Professional Development Credits for participating in this webinar.

You'll walk away with six tools for creating and maintaining an anti-stigma culture:


Open dialogue

Language skills

Employee benefit options

Recovery friendly mindset

Corporate leadership awareness

Our Presenters


Suzette Glasner, Ph.D.

VP, Clinical Affairs

Dr. Glasner is an Associate Professor at UCLA in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences. As a licensed clinical psychologist and scientist, her research focuses on developing and testing digital behavioral treatments for addictions and related psychiatric and medical conditions, and understanding the “key ingredients'' of psychotherapy. 


Erin Terkoski Young, MBA/MSW, LICSW

WTW Senior Director, Health, Equity & Wellbeing

Erin is a behavioral health industry leader at WTW. She supports many large employers as a clinical consultant to support their behavioral health and wellness strategy and needs. Erin also has a background as a clinical social worker and has extensive experience working in large teaching hospitals and managed care settings in the substance use disorder space.