Resilience Lab Raises $15M to Address the U.S. Systemic Mental Health Access Crisis


Resilience Lab, a mental health-tech company that allows clinician communities to collaborate to improve patient access and outcomes, announced today that it has raised $15 million in Series A funding led by Viewside Capital Partners and Morningside, with the support of 20 health and technology entrepreneurs.

Resilience Lab, co-founded by practicing therapist and Columbia University professor Christine Carville and digital entrepreneur Marc Goldberg, is addressing systemic fundamental issues that limit access to mental health care. Fewer than 600,000 active licensed therapists practice in the United States today, leaving 40% of American citizens unable to access mental health 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.

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