Psychologist Terence Heltzel gives up license on charges of "relationship"

April 23, 2013

On or about April 23, 2013, psychologist D. Terence Heltzel, Ph.D, surrendered his license to the Ohio State Board of Psychology. The Board’s document states that Heltzel began treating “Client X” in approximately June of 1990 for depression following the deaths of two family members and after approximately three years of treatment entered into a non-professional relationship with the client after the termination of the professional relationship. Heltzel did not admit to violating any law or rule governing the practice of psychology.

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Holly
2013-11-30 16:44:16
There is a Nurse practitioner that practiced in the same facility as Dr. Heltzel that was also involved with a client dated the client with being married himself and the client was married, also this NP was sued previously for the same behavior at another clinic. This NP is still practicing and still prescribing to patients, I do not understand why and how this can happen to Dr. Heltzel and the nurse practioner that has a pattern of this type of behavior to his female clients can remain in practice?

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