Our partner Mindyra offers several tools utilized within the WellBalance program. The Mental Health Program “MHP” is Mindyra’s online mental healthcare solution. The MHP provides mental health resources to employees when and where they need them. Within the program, employees may quickly and confidentially self-screen for relevant mental health challenges. Based on the screener results, employees are provided mental health resources in real-time specific to their challenges and at a level of engagement they want, ranging from education and self-help to the option to connect with a professional. As an integral part of the program, employees regularly self-administer the Care Progress Survey™, which takes less than 5 minutes and keeps them engaged in the success of their care.


Providing personalized mental health care requires a full understanding of an employee’s mental health challenges. Traditionally the focus is only on depression, anxiety, and stress. However, recent research has shown that employees’ difficulties are more complex. Mindyra’s unique, clinically-validated screening (Mindyra-9™) and diagnostic (Mind Health Survey™) tools go above and beyond evaluating the typical domains of depression, anxiety, and stress, by also assessing difficulties with mania, trauma, sleep, substance abuse, personality, and more. Identifying the range of an employee’s mental health difficulties is essential to a successful care program. The Care Progress Survey™ continuously evaluates the employees’ functional improvement related to their work, social life, family life, and self-care. Altogether, the MHP guides the employee through their mental health journey, supporting them along every step of the way.


In addition, the Mindyra Wellbeing Index™ “MWI” provides an aggregated view of the total employee population across four key areas:(a) Total Wellbeing, (b) Mental Wellbeing, (c) Physical Wellbeing, and (d) Social Wellbeing. This 41-item digital survey is completed by a representative number of employees through a confidential and private interface. Based on the results, employers get an aggregated, de-identified report regarding the needs of their employees. The purpose of the MWI is to help employers align the needs of their employees with their healthcare benefits and wellbeing program offerings.