Licensing Disciplinary Actions for Psychologists Who Have Been Sexually
Involved with a Client:
Some Information about Offenders
This study ("Licensing Disciplinary Actions for Psychologists Who Have Been Sexually Involved with a Client: Some Information about Offenders") was published in Professional Psychology: Research & Practice, vol. 24, #3, pages 374-377.
ABSTRACT: A search through a large state's psychology-licensing disciplinary records for a 28-month period identified the 22 cases in which sex with a client had led to disciplining a therapist. Information is presented about offender age, gender, and marital status; for each case, the number of clients involved and whether they were adults or minors are provided.
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