Resilience Lab is doing some really interesting things for private practice, with Christine Carville and Marc Goldberg | PoP 688

A photo of Christine Carville and Marc Goldberg is captured. Resilience Lab is doing some really interesting things for private practice. Christine Carville and Marc Goldberg are featured on Practice of the Practice, a therapist podcast.

Are you in need of supervising? Do you want to work as a supervisor? Have you yearned to work in a therapy-based organization that is run by professionals who value collaboration, growth, and education?

In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Christine Carville and Marc Goldberg about how Resilience Lab is changing the game in private practice.

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Meet Christine Carville

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Christine Carville is the Co-founder and CCO at Resilience Lab, a company dedicated to connecting clients with a  therapist, counselor, or coach.

Christine’s responsive approach is a mixture of actionable techniques using evidence-based practices such as Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavior Therapy with a psychodynamic foundation. That means learning about what your feelings and reactions mean to you and identifying recurring themes in relationships.

Visit Resilience Lab and connect with them on Facebook and Instagram.

Connect with Christine on LinkedIn.



Meet Marc Goldberg

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Marc is the co-founder and CEO of Resilience Labs. He is also the founding partner of Maslow Capital Partners – a global growth merchant bank. Prior to founding Maslow, Marc was a founding member of the Reuters Greenhouse Fund and Occam Capital.

Before Maslow, Marc was an entrepreneur and senior executive in Technology and Product Management in large and small technology companies like Renaissance Software, Rational Software, KMPG-Nolan Norton, and Reuters.

Connect with Marc on LinkedIn.

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In This Podcast

  • The start of Resilience Lab
  • How Resilience Lab wants to help clinicians
  • Benefits of joining Resilience Lab as a therapist
  • Christine and Marc’s advice to private practitioners

The start of Resilience Lab

Resilience Lab started as a collection of “pods” with five clinicians in each that are supervised while they develop their business and clinical skills.

We iterated around the basic intuition that if you trust people and if you created a great environment for them to work [in], good things happen for their clients. (Marc Goldberg)

Currently, they have over 20 pods in operation and over 120 clinicians that are being supervised collectively to improve themselves and their skills.

We are community-driven, community-sustained, and community-organized, and that’s the advantage of being all-professionals. (Christine Carville)

There is a subtle balance between norms, values, and community.

How Resilience Lab wants to help clinicians

Do you want outcome-based tools that help you to understand in which circumstances different approaches will work?

What if we could assist you, the clinician, with the collective intelligence? That’s exciting because that changes the rule[s]of the game, and changes the industry. That is one of the visions that we have. (Marc Goldberg)

Resilience Lab, while they are still small, is committed to solving big problems. They want to:

  • Help clinicians have autonomy over choosing their clients
  • Allow clinicians to make the clinical decisions
  • Support clinicians by automating anything that is not clinically-based work

They are all working on the same infrastructure and what the infrastructure does is [to] deliver collective intelligence and collaboration. (Marc Goldberg)

Resilience Lab wants to create team-based and community-based collaboration among clinicians on a large scale.

Benefits of joining Resilience Lab as a therapist

Consider reaching out and joining the Resilience Lab movement if you:

  • Want to deepen your therapeutic skills
  • Have an interest in learning how to be or become a supervisor
  • Are considering starting or joining a private practice

Christine and Marc’s advice to private practitioners

Christine: therapy and mental wellness is a wonderful career path to have chosen and be in.

Marc: change is possible in this industry to reinvent what private practice can be about.

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Meet Joe Sanok

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Joe Sanok helps counselors to create thriving practices that are the envy of other counselors. He has helped counselors to grow their businesses by 50-500% and is proud of all the private practice owners that are growing their income, influence, and impact on the world. Click here to explore consulting with Joe.

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