My goal is simple: to create and support genuine, productive human connections.
In 2016, after 16 years working in technology primarily in the advertising space, I decided to go back to school for my MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. It was time to make my career my passion project. And, it was time to do something that matters and helps other people.
I can’t take the tech geek out of me. I wouldn’t want to. There are too many opportunities, too many challenges seeking solutions. As a practicing clinician with a private practice, I understand your challenges, constraints, and realities. But bringing years of experience working with technology for consumer goods, retail, finance, and healthcare, I’m uniquely qualified to help mental health practitioners take a client-centric approach to technology.
LICENSED PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR
I provide counseling services with soul. Using an evidence-based approach, I collaborate with teens, adults, and couples to explore, define, and reclaim their path.
Joseph Wilson Shannon, Ph.D.
Please visit the site at https://www.jwilsonshannon.com/.
2019 The Tech Savvy Social Worker: Ethical, Legal, and Smart Use of Technology (NASW)
Presented updated content for Best-Practices Systems and Apps to the Ohio chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) on November 16, 2019. The presentation was part of The Tech Savvy Social Worker: Ethical, Legal, and Smart Use of Technology day of training. I advocate for a client-centric focus on technology, building technology solutions around true client utility.
2020 The Tech Savvy Practitioner (NASW)
Developed content and presented Technology Solutions for Social Workers to the Ohio chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) on May 1, 2020. The presentation was part of The Tech Savvy Practitioner day of virtual training. I advocate for a client-centric focus on technology, sharing “Savvy Solutions” that provide HIPAA-secure options to facilitate social workers in their practice.