Optimize your mental health practice and cover your HIPAA bases in 5 supportive steps
Finally, a client centric optimization system to nurture your growing practice
Practices that employ The PCT Way work well and are ready for just about anything
A practical system that sets up your practice foundation to flex easily with changing situations and is responsive to even highly individualized needs… so you’re always ready to meet your clients where they are.
Person Centered Tech has been a game changer in reducing my anxiety around technology and HIPAA. Liath, Evan and the late Roy Huggins break the information down in a way that increases my understanding of security at both a content and a process level. The weekly Office Hours feature is especially helpful as a time-saving resource for any questions that arise during the week. You can even search previous Office Hours topics from years past. I am now much more comfortable making decisions that protect my clients and my practice.
Find the Support to GROW
Start Here for Solo Practitioners
Your needs as a solo practitioner (where there is only one clinician in your practice) are unique. Our 5 step process is supportive, kind and ready to help you get back to the parts of the work that you love.
Start Here for Group Practices
When there is more than one clinician in your practice, your needs — and your potential risks– increase. We’ve got you covered with our 5 step PCT Way.
Free Forms and Resources
Free Forms and Materials from the PCT team
Enjoy a 1 CE credit hour guided reading on HIPAA for free
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It works for you, because we made it for you, because we are you.
The PCT Way is a robust system that makes your whole practice work by ensuring its needs are met in a clinically effective, low-cost, and reliably HIPAA-compliant manner.
We took a large framework and 15+ years of experience helping our colleagues leverage tech in their practices and created a specific, streamlined system to meet your particular context and needs.
It’s for mental health, by mental health!