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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