Scoop: Men­tal health tech uni­corn Son­der­Mind lays off 17% of its em­ploy­ees

Son­der­Mind, a men­tal health start­up that pro­vides men­tal health care and match­es pa­tients with lo­cal ther­a­pists, has laid off some of its staff, End­points News has learned.

The com­pa­ny laid off 17% of its work­ers, or 49 roles out of 281 em­ploy­ees, a com­pa­ny spokesper­son told End­points.

The lay­offs come af­ter the Den­ver-based com­pa­ny bought strug­gling men­tal health start­up Mind­strong’s tech­nol­o­gy and brought on some of its staff last March af­ter Mind­strong laid off all of its em­ploy­ees and closed its of­fices. Son­der­Mind reached a re­port­ed $1.1 bil­lion val­u­a­tion in 2021.

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