State revokes psychologist Cynthia Ann Spanier's license
October 28, 2013
On August 7, 2013, the Pennsylvania Department of State revoked the license of Cynthia Ann Spanier for at least five years and ordered her to pay a civil penalty of $2,500 and investigative costs of $595.05.
Spanier violated a lawful previously entered order of the Board of Psychology by engaging in the practice of psychology, offering to perform psychological services, and holding herself out to the public as being able to practice psychology while her license was suspended and without holding an active, current license issued by the board.
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