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I’m Jay.
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 is time to make my career my passion project.  It is time to back up what I know are my priorities in life — relationships and experiences — with action.  And, it is time to do something that matters and helps other people.

I can’t take the marketer out of me.  I wouldn’t want to.  There are too many opportunities, too many challenges seeking solutions.  So it’s time to put my years of experience working with technology for consumer goods, retail, finance, and healthcare to work, helping mental health practitioners take a client-centric approach to technology and their digital presence.

TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANT
I offer a client-centric perspective for technology stack recommendations that balance ethical, legal and business requirements
DIGITAL STRATEGIST
I create and facilitate meaningful connections and engagement with prospective and established clients
WEB DEVELOPER
I design and develop effective custom websites for counselors, social workers and psychologists
Check out some of my work
Below are some of the projects I’ve been working on recently.
Joseph Wilson Shannon, Ph.D.
Dr. Shannon is a seasoned psychologist, clinician, researcher, and teacher.  I worked with him to establish a digital presence for his training and presentation practice.  The website features clear information presentation and call-to-actions for the defined audiences of administrators, HR directors, and training directors.

Please visit the site at https://www.jwilsonshannon.com/.

2017 The Tech Savvy Social Worker: Ethical, Legal, and Smart Use of Technology (NASW)
Developed content and presented Technology Solutions for Social Workers to the Ohio chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) on November 17, 2017.  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, sharing “Savvy Solutions” that provide HIPAA-secure options to facilitate social workers in their practice.

Download the presentation cheat-sheet

2018 The Tech Savvy Social Worker: Ethical, Legal, and Smart Use of Technology (NASW)

Created content and presented Best-Practices Systems and Apps to the Ohio chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) on May 18, 2018.  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.

Download the presentation handout

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.

Download the presentation handout

Contact Me
Connect with me to find out how I can help you and your mental health practice with your website, broader digital presence, or enabling technology.

Contact Me

(614) 427-3558
1203 W 3rd Ave
Columbus OH 43212