Behavioral Health Business September 9, 2021
Kyle Coward

DotCom Therapy (DCT) — a virtual provider of therapy services to adolescents and teens — has raised $13 million in a Series A funding round led by private equity firm New Capital Partners, with participation from LRVHealth and OSF Ventures.

Founded in 2015, Madison, Wisconsin-based DCT provides teletherapy services for over 400 schools and health systems across 38 states. DCT’s in-house therapists are board certified and licensed in 48 states, with the platform also working with a variety of commercial and public insurance plans.

Services provided by DCT include speech, occupational and behavioral health therapies, along with mental health counseling and applied behavior analysis (ABA), which is widely considered to be a gold standard of autism care. Families signing up...

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