Service Selection Materials

Helpful guidance for selecting your services as a mental health professional


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Service Selection The Person Centered Tech Way

Not sure which you are are?

The Person Centered Tech Way of managing practice tech splits therapy practices into 2(ish) categories:

– Solo and Solo+ Practices

– Group Practices

A solo practice is one where the clinician runs absolutely everything with absolutely no one else working for their practice. Hiring service providers like billers and the like doesn’t lose the “solo” status. 

A solo+ practice is one where there is only one clinician, and they have a non-clinical helper who helps them run their practice. This could be a formal employment relationship, such as a receptionist in the office. It could also be an informal relationship such as a spouse or partner who helps with billing and other admin matters. Either way, the practice has only one clinician and does not have significant workforce management or multi-user service needs now and in the future. 

A group practice is a single practice entity with 2 or more clinicians. The need for workforce management and multi-user services is much more prevalent and likely to grow over time. 

Group Practice Service Selection

Designing a Group Practice’s Tech Setup for Success: Effectiveness, HIPAA Compliance, Client Safety, and Efficiency

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Designing a Group Practice’s Tech Setup for Success: Effectiveness, HIPAA Compliance, Client Safety and Efficiency

This will be much easier to tackle if you watch the CE presentation first. Roy Huggins, LPC NCC and Liath Dalton guide you through the workbook and worksheet and give extra helpful tips to help you master your service selection.

Plus- you’ll get legal-ethical CE!

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Group Practice Office Hours

Group Practice Office Hours (GOH) is the weekly open-office live (and recorded) consultation event where you can get personalized support for your practice questions from industry experts.

Chat with PCT Experts including Roy Huggins, NCC LPC, and Liath Dalton plus gain support from therapist lawyer Eric Strom JD PhD LMHC.

If it matters to you, it matters to us. 

Solo Practitioner Service Selection

The Solo Practitioner's Tech Setup for Success: Effectiveness, HIPAA Compliance, Client Safety, and Efficiency

Have you watched the presentation yet?

The Solo Practitioner’s Tech Setup for Success: Effectiveness, HIPAA Compliance, Client Safety, and Efficiency

This will be much easier to tackle if you watch the CE presentation first. Roy Huggins, LPC NCC and Liath Dalton guide you through the workbook and worksheet and give extra helpful tips to help you master your service selection.

Plus- you’ll get legal-ethical CE!

Have Questions?

Office Hours

Office Hours (OH) is the weekly open-office live (and recorded) consultation event where you can get personalized support for your practice questions from industry experts.

Chat with PCT Experts including Roy Huggins, NCC LPC, and Liath Dalton

If it matters to you, it matters to us. 

At Person Centered Tech we believe that client centered care and technology can be harmonious and mutually beneficial.

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