Mental health counselor Bobbi Triolo reprimanded for dishonesty, fraud, deception
January 25, 2012
On May 24, 2011, the Professional Counselor Examiners Committee of the New Jersey State Board of Marriage & Family Therapy Examiners reprimanded Bobbi Triolo, M.A., LPC, LCADC for dishonesty, fraud, deception, misrepresentation and false promise or false pretense, as well as professional misconduct.
The Board’s document states that Triolo prepared an invoice and progress note for a January 2, 2011 “in-home” counseling therapy session with a client, which did not occur in the client’s home. Triolo admitted to the Committee admitted that she had done this and that she spoke to the client by phone on that day. Further, she admitted that during a December 2010 “in-home” counseling session, she asked the client’s mother to sign the paperwork for the January 2, 2011 “in-home” session.
In addition to the reprimand, Triolo was required to pay a $1,000 civil penalty, among other things.
Source: Consent Order in the Matter of the Suspension or Revocation of the License of Bobbi Triolo, M.A., LPC, LCADC, license no. 37PC0003100, to practice professional counseling in the State of New Jersey.
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