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Indecent assault charges brought against psychologist by a patient

A psychologist is having a case against him heard after he was accused of inappropriate sexual contact with a patient. The patient trusted the psychologist and did not stop his actions even though she felt uncomfortable about what was going on. She was being treated by the psychologist for depression. Three other patients were also treated by use of electrodes on inappropriate areas of the body. The psychologist is facing 6 counts of indecent assault.

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About: Indecent assault charges brought against psychologist by a patient

Date: 15 October 2004

Source: News Scotsman

Author: Charlie Hamilton


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