Web Development Team
Our highly skilled and creative web developers, programmers, and designers keep GoodTherapy running smoothly to ensure the best possible user experience.
Kris Clark Web Development Manager
Kris joined the GoodTherapy.org team in August 2014 after graduating from The Evergreen State College with dual bachelor degrees in business administration and computer science. Having cultivated his interest in technology from a young age, Kris brings a wealth of knowledge to the organization. His past experience includes helping to develop an application for NASA, creating and managing multiple websites, and programming several mobile games.
When he isn't working, Kris likes to draw cartoons, travel, play video games, and hang out with friends.
Agustin Garrasino Lead Programmer
Agustin started with GoodTherapy.org in 2008 and became lead programmer in 2010. He enjoys working with our diverse team and continuously looks for ways to improve not only the website, but his skill set. Agustin brings many strengths to the team, including his dedication, work ethic, and long-term vision.
In his free time, Agustin likes to step away from technology and explore the world with his girlfriend, family, and friends. He also enjoys music, playing video games, and watching films. His favorite show of all time is Seinfeld, but lately he’s found himself enjoying Mr. Selfridge and Bloodlines.
Julian Butti Programmer
Julian, who works with our team of programmers in Argentina, has been with GoodTherapy.org for about two years. The holder of a degree in information systems engineering, Julian possesses a vast skill set in web and mobile app development. He is genuinely inspired by helping his fellow programmers advance their skills and implement new processes to ensure GoodTherapy.org runs as smoothly as possible. He’s always interested in working on new projects and will do whatever it takes to help the team meet its objectives.
In his free time, Julian loves to cook, listen to music, and follow his favorite shows—House of Cards, Game of Thrones, Hannibal, and Breaking Bad. Occasionally, he plays the bass guitar. Julian also travels the world with his girlfriend, Agostina, and they recently added a fur baby to the family named Otho, a miniature poodle.
Rehan Raees Programmer
Rehan, who has been with GoodTherapy.org since 2011, holds a bachelor's of science in computer science from the University of Lahore in Pakistan.
Efficient in both front-end design and the development of web applications, Rehan has an extensive knowledge of the web and related technologies that allows him to translate a company's business needs into an efficient online platform. He continues to deepen his knowledge of web development using PHP and MySQL.
When he isn't doing web development work, Rehan enjoys sketching, playing badminton, and watching movies.
Sebastian Sperandio Programmer
Sebastian joined GoodTherapy.org's programming team in 2013. A systems engineering student in Rosario, Argentina, Sebastian is passionate about his work because his skills are utilized to help advance GoodTherapy.org’s mission and vision.
In his role at GoodTherapy.org, Sebastian interacts with people from all over the world, allowing him to learn new perspectives and acquire critical language skills. He especially enjoys getting involved with group projects that expose him to new processes, techniques, and tools.
In his free time, Sebastian loves traveling, playing the piano, and exploring new places with his girlfriend and two dogs, Theo and Ivana. He also enjoys playing rugby and watching television series such Vikings, The 100, Under the Dome, The Borgias, Orange Is the New Black, Modern Family, and Club de Cuervos.
Joshua Plaster Junior Digital Project Manager
Born on the East Coast and raised all over Southern California, Joshua moved to Washington in 2005 to pursue his love for backpacking and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Falling in love with Washington, he decided to seek out new opportunities to make an impact on the state. In 2009, he traded in his life as a bartender/server to gain experience working in higher education while teaching various subjects at a private K-12 school in Olympia. He then moved on to work on various projects for different programs at the Washington State Department of Health and the Department of Transportation before moving on to private consulting in the hospitality industry and finally landing at GoodTherapy, where he is dedicated to living out our mission and vision.
Joshua is a lifelong self-educator who has pursued his passion for both the sciences and the arts from an early age, completing a dual BS/BA degree from The Evergreen State College in 2016. While at Evergreen, he majored in project management with an emphasis in sustainable design as well as environmental computer modeling with an emphasis in biology and organic chemistry. Today, he continues to develop his passion for game making, writing, music, painting, and wood and metal working while raising his three amazing children with his wonderful wife, Nancy.