State prohibits social worker Stacy Schauer from treating female patients
May 14, 2013
On October 25, 2012, the Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board suspended the license of social worker Stacy Schauer but stayed the suspension and imposed several terms and conditions on her. According to the Board’s document, Schauer self-reported to the Board that she’d entered into an intimate relationship with a former client approximately a month after ending the patient-therapist relationship. The terms and conditions placed on Schauer include a prohibition on treating female clients without another adult present and practice supervision for an indefinite period of time.
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