Claremont offers an enhanced service that is available for an additional fee that provides a digital platform for employees to access self-guide mental health courses and also provides an option to schedule coaching sessions. This engaging, easy-to-use mobile app and web-based platform utilizes AI-learning to direct users to the most appropriate level of care and prevent employees from reaching a crisis point.
Our platform features structured courses that are based on cognitive behavioral therapy interventions and are specifically curated to each user’s needs. Members can guide themselves through their recommended curriculum of courses or they can work through the program with one of our expert coaches.
Mental Health Skill Building
The platform features a full library of more than 40 courses, covering topics such as:
Alcohol & Addictions: Getting started, testing yourself, mindfulness skills, motivation and getting help, and staying on track
Better Sleep: Basics of sleep, relaxation, and mindfulness for better sleep
Coronavirus Anxiety: Addressing COVID-19 stress and tools to address anxiety around your health
Financial Mindset: Dealing with financial worries, mindfulness, and other stress management skills
Focus, Productivity & Procrastination: Developing a focus mindset, prioritization, multitasking and self-discipline, will power and life balance, and the Maker/Manager model
Manager Training: Starting conversations, reflective listening, and dealing with troubled employees
Mindfulness: Understanding mental threats and bringing awareness to the present
Mindset: Cognitive restructuring, finding core beliefs, dealing with stress and guilt
Pain and Fatigue: Techniques for pain/fatigue management, and dealing with worries that hold back recovery
These courses are available 24 hours a day to all employees, regardless of risk level or engagement in other Uprise Health services. Members identified as low-risk can access courses to self-manage their mental health and wellbeing, while coaches and EAP providers can use these courses to supplement and augment their treatment of moderate- and high-risk individuals.