State revokes psychologist Philip D. White's license, relative to custody evaluation
February 28, 2013
On July 12, 2012, the Idaho Board of Psychologist Examiners revoked the license of psychologist Philip D. White for no less than five years.
According to the Board’s document, White allegedly conducted a home study evaluation (in a child custody matter) which was in inadequate and failed to include appropriate testing and evaluation.
In 2009, he allegedly agreed to perform a further evaluation at the unilateral request of the mother even though he has previously prepared an independent home study evaluation.
He also allegedly practiced psychology in the state of Washington without a license.
Additionally, in another case in 2007, White allegedly accepted an appointment to conduct a home study evaluation and then later agreed to perform family therapy, resulting in a conflict of interest.
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