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Introducing LBee Health

Written By: Lauren Howard

A paycheck is not a permission slip for abuse. 

Workplace trauma is not just the cost of doing business for having or keeping a job. 

When I left a job that was crushing my soul several years ago, I thought I was the only person who had ever experienced the gaslighting, the dishonesty, and the lack of transparency from the top. It was destabilizing and made me feel incompetent, but it had to be just me. I stayed quiet because no one would understand. 

Except it wasn’t just me. When I got the courage to share it, I was met with more confirmation that I could have ever imagined. The more people I talk to, the more universal this experience seems. 

The other common theme? Everyone thinks it’s just them. 

Isolation lies to all of us. 

Talking about the effect of all of it is important, no question. The people who have let me know they feel validated by what we share are why we keep showing up for more. 

But for me, talking isn’t enough. Meeting people who are hurting without being able to offer help in a bigger way has always felt like not enough. 

This year, it all came together, and I knew what was next. 

I can’t wait to introduce you to LBee Health, our new mental health clinic including support groups, mental health treatment, and medication maintenance for people who are experiencing or recovering from trauma, workplace or otherwise. 

We’re not a tech company. We’re a mental health practice, and we’ll be in all 50 states by the end of the year. 

We’re starting with support groups on burnout, toxic environments, infertility, profession-specific moral injury, workplace trauma, pregnancy loss, and more. 

Stay tuned for more, and sign up for updates here


Founder & CEO at elletwo


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