Ohio revokes license of psychologist Judith Lalli following criminal case

May 24, 2013

On September 28, 2012, the Ohio Board of Psychology permanently revoked the license of Judith A. Lalli, Ph.D.

The Board’s document states that while employed as a psychologist at a state correctional facility, Lalli engaged in multiple relationships with patients, including verbal conduct of a sexual nature. She also violated patient confidentiality.

Additionally, Lalli pleaded no contest January 24, 2012 to a charge of theft and was placed on a first offenders program, which included community service and three days in jail.


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