Arizona revokes license of counselor Nathalie Clyne for sex with inmate
September 26, 2012
On March 7, 2012, the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners revoked the license of counselor Nathalie M. Clyne. The Board’s report states that Clyne was employed as a counselor at a prison, where she provided counseling services. She brought cigars into the prison that were later found in possession of an inmate-client. Clyne admitted engaging in a sexual relationship with the inmate and giving money to the client’s mother for him.
Source: Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Adverse Action Tracking Form, 2012.
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