Wisconsin psychologist Jeffrey Adamczak convicted of sexual exploitation of patient

September 12, 2011

On September 2, 2011, Wisconsin psychologist Jeffrey Adamczak was found guilty of sexual exploitation by a therapist for engaging in a sexual relationship with a longtime patient in 2005. He faces up to 7 ½ years in prison when he is sentenced October 13.

Adamczak was charged in 2010 for an affair with a female patient which she broke off in 2006. She contacted police in 2010 when she became convicted he was engaging in sex with patients again.

Other former patients testified of sexual contact with Adamczak or inappropriate sexual comments from him during therapy sessions.

Source: Bruce Vielmetti, “Psychologist guilty in sexual exploitation case,” Journal Sentinel, September 2, 2011.

2011-12-24 09:29:29
JUSTICE IS SERVED! This man has MANY sexual exploitations! I am just one of his victims, using his profession as if he's wanting to "help" women have a stronger self esteem... Blah blah blah... Bought me many gifts sent me sexual pictures from and yes we did have a sexual relationship during this time frame. 2002-2008 he is a disgrace to the profession. I didn't use my real name or email addy so do not try to contact me. I just wanted to vent!

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