State revokes license of social worker Rayne Norton
November 24, 2010
On May 7, 2010, the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners issued an Order of Revocation on social worker Rayne Norton.
The Board’s report states that the Board suspended Norton for at least six months in September 2008 but that Norton failed to comply with some of the terms and conditions of that Order and thus the Board opened another complaint against her. The revocation came about due to her failure to participate in the Board’s investigation of that complaint.
The issue which resulted in the 2008 suspension was that Norton “self-reported to the Board that she had engaged in a dual relationship with a 19-year-old male client when she allowed the client to live with her and her family for four days.” Terms and conditions of that suspension included obtaining a psychological evaluation, attending and passing a graduate level ethics course and reimbursing the Board its investigative costs of $9,929.54.
Source: Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners Adverse Action Tracking Form 2010, dated 21 September 2010.
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