Texas psychologists' licenses revoked, disciplined
August 11, 2012
On February 9, 2012, the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists took the following disciplinary actions:
Revoked the license of psychologist Annette G. Raj for failure to comply with a prior Board order.
Revoked the license of William M. Moss for failure to timely report an arrest and for personal problems with potential to impair competency.
Imposed an administrative penalty and continuing education on Jim Larkin Holston Cox, due to his failure to report an arrest to the Board in a timely manner.
Imposed an administrative penalty on Johnny K. Burkhalter for failure to respond in a timely manner to a patient records request.
Suspended Fabian Aguirre for engaging in an improper dual relationship. The suspension includes a partial contingent probation. The Board additionally imposed an administrative penalty. Aguirre was also subjected to having a practice monitor.
Ordered psychologist Rachel Tova Winer to pay an administrative penalty for failure to respond in a timely manner to a request for patient records.
Reprimanded Rebecca Smith Sterling for rendering a forensic opinion concerning visitation and access without conducting a forensic evaluation. The Board also imposed and administrative penalty.
Imposed an administrative penalty on Frank Edward Saucedo for failure to report an arrest in a timely manner.
Reprimanded Marta Elena Otero for rendering a forensic opinion concerning visitation without conducting a forensic evaluation. The Board also imposed an administrative penalty.
Reprimanded psychologist Joann C. Androvik for failure to create and maintain adequate treatment notes and patient records. The Board also imposed an administrative penalty.
Source: Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists Board Disciplinary Sanctions, February 2012.
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