Kentucky psychology board reprimands Patrick H. Brown
December 15, 2011
On September 12, 2011, the Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology reprimanded psychologist Patrick H. Brown, M.A. for a violation of state statute and administrative rules in “interacting with a client by engaging in physical behavior toward the client which is demeaning or harassing; this violation involved [Brown’s] use of force in interacting with the client,” according to the Board’s document. In addition to reprimand, Brown shall pay $500 as reimbursement to the Board for its investigative and legal costs. He must also undergo practice supervision twice monthly for two years.
Source: Settlement Agreement, Commonwealth of Kentucky, Board of Examiners of Psychology v. Patrick H. Brown, M.A., Licensed Psychological Associate No. 0664, Agency Case No. 10-24, Administrative Action No. 11-KBEP-0048.
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