Digital mental health company raises $15M

Resilience Lab, a mental health technology company, has raised $15 million in series A financing.

Resilience Lab's model includes a postgraduate training program for therapists, a software platform that automates billing and a system that matches clients with therapists. The company now has more than 200 therapists working for it, according to a Nov. 17 Resilience Lab news release.

The funding round was co-led by Viewside Capital Partners and Morningside.

"Digital innovation has made therapy more accessible, but it is not solving for the long-term. We need more therapists and better, higher quality therapy if we want to make a dent in the U.S. mental healthcare crisis," Resilience co-founder and CEO Marc Goldberg said. "Today's investment is a key milestone for our team, validating that our vision of fundamental and comprehensive reform in the therapist development journey is as important as digital access and back-end automation."

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