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Pay-At-Your-Pace HIPAA Technology Guidance Service For Therapists

This is a special, temporarily available service just for therapists in the Portland metro area:

I will help you get fully HIPAA Security compliant with personalized, warm and expert help from me, Roy Huggins.

I will come to your (TriMet-accessible) office and we will do the whole process together to create documentation and make plans for full compliance with HIPAA‘s Security Rule.

Yes, I will even provide policies and procedures templates based on your needs and then help you customize them!

Because I know that my colleagues don’t have a lot of money for these things, this service is “pay-at-your-pace.” That means that I am happy to have you pay in installments — as many as you need — in order to pay for the service.

If you need 10 months to pay for it, you’ll get 10 months to pay for it. I simply ask that we limit the pace to be within 12 months.

The full HIPAA Security process is not something that is best done in a rush, anyways. So just like we’ll take time to pay for the service, we’ll also take time to complete the process. We’re all very busy people, and this service is meant to work within both your budget and your schedule.

Please don’t hesitate to get in contact and ask your questions about the service. It’s likely easiest to email and set up a time to get on the phone and talk about how we can make it work.

Email me at roy@portland-counseling-therapy.com to talk about how we can get this done for your practice!

Free Phone Consult

It’s vital that your counselor be a good match for you. A bad therapist match == bad therapy and lackluster outcomes.

So to make sure we work well together, I offer a free 10-minute (or so) consultation by phone. We’ll start with that and decide how to proceed from there. So get in contact now and we’ll schedule that call.

Call me today: 503-839-4825
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+1 503-839-4825

Emergency Numbers

If you are experiencing an emergency, please contact the Multnomah County Crisis Line at 503-988-4888, or call 911.