Psychology board revokes Philip Bruce Blakeley's license

January 3, 2013

On June 8, 2012, the California Board of Psychology revoked the license of psychologist Philip Bruce Blakeley.

A statement of charges issued by the Board to Blakeley cites criminal convictions: On March 29, 2005, Blakeley pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol; On June 10, 2009, he was convicted of petty theft for stealing a shaving kit and a pair of socks from a department store; on February 18, 2011, he was convicted again of petty theft for stealing a bottle of gin and chocolate Ensure from a supermarket.

Board investigators interviewed Blakeley in August 2011, at which time he stated the shoplifting incidents were committed while he was drunk. He further admitted a history of alcoholism. The Board served a copy of the statement of charges on Blakeley on January 12, 2012, which was returned by the postal service as unclaimed. Blakeley never responded to notice of default sent by the Attorney General’s office and thus his license was revoked by default.


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