Kentucky board issues, restricts psychologist license of Johnny B. Brock
December 23, 2011
On October 3, 2011, the Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology issued and Order granting Johnny Brock a conditional license as a psychological associate.
According to the Order, Brock’s license shall be permanently restricted in that he may not apply for a license as a License Psychological Practitioner (LPP) or Licensed Psychologist (LP) or any other license which allows the independent practice of psychology without supervision. This restriction will be in effect for ten years.
Additionally, the Board reprimanded the conditional license and required Brock to pay a $250 fine and a $500 reimbursement to the Board for its legal and investigation costs.
The Board’s Order states that Brock pleaded guilty to theft in 1995, involving customer credit cards he ha access to while employed in a retail department store.
Additionally, Brock practiced psychology without a license from approximately January 5, 2011 to approximately April 1, 2011 and otherwise practiced without a license after his temporary license had expired and while further review of his conviction was still pending.
Source: Order, Commonwealth of Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology v. Johnny Brian Brock, M.S., Agency Case No. 11-06, Administrative Action No. 11-KGBEP-____.
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