Kentucky reprimands psychologist Larissa Roark for practicing without a license

December 23, 2011

On November 10, 2011, the Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology issued and Order reprimanding Larissa D. Roark, M.A, Additionally, the Board required Roark to pay a $250 fine and a $500 reimbursement to the Board for its legal and investigation costs, as well as requiring her to obtain additional continuing education in the area of code of conduct and state mental health law, among other things. The Board’s Order states that Roark practiced psychology without a license in that she provided mental health services to residents of Appalachian Children’s Home before applying for her license from the Board. 

Source: Order, Commonwealth of Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology v. Larissa D. Roark, M.A., Agency Case No. 10-27, Administrative Action No. 11-KGBEP-0049.


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