I am shocked to see this news today... I send my deepest condolences with you Electra and all who loved Roy. I will always remember the day I met him at a CE event in Washington State. I was just beginning to step into the psychology world and still in graduate school. I was mesmerized by all th
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I am grateful for learning from Roy (and the PCT team). He is one of the people who helped me feel like I belong in the profession. I am grateful, so grateful, for the real obituary. I am grateful to see my life in yours, my grief at the sudden loss of loved ones in yours, and my humanity in yours.
Over a month later, it’s still difficult to comprehend that Roy is gone. I guess that’s because his spirit truly does live on through all that he did and the way he changed so many lives. Roy and I followed one another’s work for a while and the first time we talked over the phone, I knew I had an i
Though I never had the chance to meet Roy in person, he had a huge impact on my life. As a virtual professor of counseling subjects, a practicing virtual clinician and supervisor for the past 20 years, I felt Roy always had the answers to the unasked questions. He was a guiding light to me professi
I first met Roy about 7 years ago as my grad school professor for ethics, which he surprisingly made an engaging topic. During that class, one of the things he instilled in me was how important it is to become active members of our professional organizations. Based on his advice, I started volunteer
The first time I contacted Roy, I was in a public library desperately needing some advice about a legal issue involving ethics. He talked with me long distance for 30 minutes and made all the difference! I was so grateful for his expertise. Later, Roy dealt with many difficult issues through traini
I wanted to write and express my sorrow that Roy passed away. I did not know him personally, but have benefitted from his trainings, expertise, energy, and joy. His personality and sincere desire to help others came through every aspect of PCT. Electra, if it is any comfort to know that he touched s
As a psychologist, I took a few live courses from you, Roy. Your approach was to give high quality, easily digestible information. You always left me feeling like I got more than what I paid for. Even more, your humor and humanity touched me deeply. I join Electra in celebrating your life and m
When I think of Roy, I think of a wonderful colleague, who was supportive and kind-hearted. I can still picture his smile and hear his voice. As many have shared, Roy made such a positive impact on our professional community and his loss has been felt deeply by many; I know part of the sadness is
I ”met” Roy at the difficult time of adjusting to telemedicine and the isolation that was the beginning of the pandemic through his e-mails offering free support and inexpensive webinars where I credit him with making me able to pivot to a fully telemedicine practice for a year. His warmth and kindn
In the midst of the pandemic that was exploding all around us; as we were reaching out to one another for connection, comfort, guidance; up pops PCT aka Roy Huggins. Out of the blue to those not in his orbit already…POOF. Generous with his knowledge base of things many of us had never even known we
I relied heavily on Roy and the PCT team as I navigated my way to a solo practice. The support and advice was invaluable, as was the sense of community he fostered, even virtually. Solo practice can be a lonely endeavor--especially in a pandemic--and Roy and PCT offered a genuine and trustworthy sou
I got to know Roy through working with him on a committee about social media. He was knowledgeable, warm, engaging, incredibly giving of time and expertise, and a pleasure to work with. He was always a supportive resource and an incredible colleague. His absence leaves a mark on our whole profess
I first met Roy eight years ago when he was sitting in an office I was renting by the hour, using the empty space, probably because it had a window. He jumped up and danced out and I remember appreciating how energetic and warm he was. I was happy to find out later that he owned Person Centered Tech
I was a student in Roy's ethic's class, and I was having a terrible, miserable day. Towards the end of the class, he asked for a volunteer to role-play a suicide assessment with him. Nobody volunteered, so I finally raised my hand, despite being quite depressed. We did the role play, and I based it
I have known Roy for a number of years and enjoyed working with him as well as seeing his positive contributions to small practices attempting to navigate the regulatory and information security landscape. Not long after Roy conceived of PCT he reached out to me to ask for help in creating educatio
Roy wasn't my counselor, but he helped me overcome techphobia through hours and hours of gentle exposure therapy. I have studiously attended office hours and listened the podcast, taken the trainings etcetera. I've told friends and family that his voice, and those of his team-members have been "in
Mrs. Electra, as you reflect and grieve, may you find peace, prosperity, and good health. "But he said to me, 'My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.' Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ's power may rest on me (II Corinthi
I was a client of Roys when he first was getting started. We had great report instantly. I stopped seeing him eventually because he had come back after a Holiday break and done a Vipassana course. He immediately suggested it to me and it was the best gift he could have given me. Independence in my h
I am among those who came across Roy because of the work he developed in PCT. Back in 2014, I was beginning to wonder if my life with autoimmune disease and chronic illness might be better served if I moved my in-person practice to all online. I ran across something with his name attached to it and
Roy was so warm, accepting, generous, kind and helpful. What a gift to make us laugh while learning tech. I just found out - I am so sad Roy is not with us in the ways he was. He was a power of example of how to have fun while doing one's life's work. Being online with him made braving learning an
I never met Roy in person but I have followed him for years & communicated with him online. I always felt that I had a personal connection even though he probably didn't remember me. I will miss him even though he will never know how much I appreciated him.
I was so saddened when I received the email about Roy's passing. I met him once in a class he taught about telehealth, and I also emailed him when he first started his business to understand telehealth better. He never knew it, but he was quite a mentor to me in all things telehealth! I referred him
I am so sadden to hear of Roy's passing. Roy has been our company HIPAA and IT guy for the past four years. We consider him and Liath as members of our team at SVTC. He will be greatly missed and I will miss seeing and hearing his sage advice on Thursday evenings when I would get the email with vid
I’m shocked and saddened by the loss of an incredible professional. I only knew him from trainings, podcasts, emails. His approach was truly impressive, approachable and he somehow could explain something complicated in a way that made me feel seen in the world. Actually his online trainings are rem
I'm Connie Konikoff, a social worker in Louisiana. When I was the education chair of LACSW, we brought Roy to New Orleans to do Heart Centered Digital Ethics in 2014. That was the beginning of a wonderful connection shared with Roy. So many here appreciated his wisdom and calmness, yes - that de
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