Resilience Lab, a New York-based mental health-tech company, raised $15M in Series A funding.
The round was led by Viewside Capital Partners and Morningside.
The company intends to us the funds to accelerate growth and expand operations.
Co-founded by Christine Carville and Marc Goldberg, and technology entrepreneur Marc Goldberg, Resilience Lab is a community of clinicians working collaboratively to produce better mental health access. Clinicians are trained in the Resilience Institute, an online platform for the modern mental health clinician, offering continued learning to guarantee clients receive service and care. In addition, a technology platform powers its care delivery, automating all non-clinical work to foster therapeutic alliance and team-based care.
More than 200 therapists work today at Resilience Lab, serving New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, and have delivered more than 120,000 therapy sessions since the creation of the company. Now in-network with Aetna, United Healthcare and Humana, and serving more than 50 million Americans across five northeast states, the company continues to expand nationally.