Free Therapy? It’s not too good to be true!
Most things that sound too good to be true are. But for employees of certain Bay Area companies, you may be entitled to free, confidential therapy with providers throughout the Bay Area via your Lyra Health benefit. Unlike traditional employee assistance programs, Lyra covers several months of weekly therapy sessions, meaning that you have the time to make genuinely meaningful progress towards your goals.
Companies currently offering Lyra Health benefits to their employees (and their dependents) include Uber, Facebook, Tesla, Ebay, EA, Pinterest, LendingClub, SpaceX, and more*.
Work with me through Lyra Health
My specialty is working with professionals and women in tech, and bring several years of my own experience in the tech industry to my work with clients. Many of my clients come to therapy to work on common mental health issues such as anxiety, stress, and depression. We often address topics such as imposter syndrome, confidence and self criticism, relationships at work and at home, and surviving a male-dominated work environment. I strive to provide my clients with insight and support, as well as practical tools and techniques they can use to make change in their lives.
I enthusiastically work to support women of color and LGBTQ+ women!
As a contracted provider for Lyra Health, I offer sessions in the San Francisco Financial District, conveniently located just 3 minutes from the Montgomery BART station.
Schedule a consultation today
If you’ve been considering therapy, this is the perfect opportunity to jump in! You can schedule a consultation with me by calling (510) 368-8153 or emailing me at email@example.com. I have immediate availability and am looking forward to meeting you.
*This partial list of companies currently offering Lyra benefits is offered for your information and convenience only, and is not a guarantee of coverage. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Lyra online if you have questions about your benefits and eligibility for services.