Person Centered Tech’s Team
Since 2010, Roy has continuously worked to expand his understanding of his colleagues’ needs and stay up-to-date with the ever-evolving digital world. He’s also found the time to teach ethics at Portland State University, serve on the board of the Oregon Counseling Association and the Zur Institute Advisory Committee, consult with counselor licensing boards and individual therapists on issues relating to technology in therapy practice, and contribute to a number of publications.
At PCT the team highly enjoys interacting with Roy’s unique mix of geek, educator, Japanophile and counselor. So much so that we are going to begin documenting the extra nerdy quotes of the week on our Facebook page.
(Yes! Skye is telling Roy to get back to work!)
Brian really loves to talk about VPNs and remote access.
Through her combination of experience evaluating products for their utility and security in regards to how they can meet risk management needs and providing guidance to members around what product options will best meet their specific practice needs, Liath has an intimate knowledge of both what the practice tech needs are for mental health professionals and what it takes for a product to meet those needs.
If Amazon knew how great Liath was, they would replace Alexa. Liath will home in on your personal needs and help provide you with a customized support plan in your orientation.
Liath – that is like Goliath – without the Go.
Liz is currently working towards LCSW licensure in a local Portland private practice specializing in trauma informed sex therapy.
In her free time Liz likes to paint watercolors, admire street art, quote “The Office,” weight train, spend time with her foster brothers and sisters, find the best hip hop tracks and shows, and dismantle antiquated systems that limit human growth and change.
Kelly is a militant English major (pro-Oxford comma, of course!), a native Oregonian, an avid board game player, and a great lover of the human experience.
When he’s not seeing clients he channels his 20+ years working in Information Technology into his work for Person-Centered Tech, consults on marketing and advertising for counselors, and builds houses for immigrant and refugee families. In addition Aaron enjoys, biking, playing music, construction, welding, forestry, and chickens!
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Nicole spends her free time tinkering for solutions that will help those who care for others health and well being. She does find some time to watch “The Office,” knit, go to Blazer games, and walk her pup. Nicole has recently served as the data coordinator and fundraising manager for CorePaws, a site dedicated to placing special need animals.
In her free time Hawa enjoys playing volleyball, reading corny sci-fi novels, and hiking.