Tennessee suspends psychologist William D. Lokey for two years for unethical conduct

May 1, 2007

In May 2007, the Tennessee Board of Examiners in Psychology suspended William D. Lokey’s license for two years, followed by two years of probation with conditions of supervision including personal appearances before the Board. Mr. Lokey was found to have engaged in unprofessional, dishonorable and unethical conduct. He was also assessed $500 in civil penalties. 1

1Disciplinary Action Report, May 2007 Tennessee Department of Health.


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