Arizona revokes license of social worker Katherine Freeman
May 31, 2012
On October 18, 2011, the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners issued and Order of Revocation on licensed master social worker Katherine Freeman, citing several instances of disciplinary action taken against her by employers for a range of difficulties and infractions in the workplace, as well as for failing to disclose these disciplinary actions and resignations on her Arizona application for a master social worker license, in which she stated she’d been laid off from the two agencies from which she’d resigned following disciplinary troubles. Arizona’s document indicates that it additionally received an anonymous complaint of unprofessional conduct against Freeman in June 2009 relative to her conduct at the second agency from which she ultimately resigned. Following the complaint, Freeman moved to another state and let her Arizona social work license lapse.
Source: Entry on Katherine Freeman, Adverse Action Tracking Form, Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners, 2011.
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