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Paid millions in illegal kickbacks for patient referrals to recruiters associated with assisted-living facilities and halfway houses in exchange for supplying therapy services to patients who didn't need them.
Date convicted: April 7, 2011In November 2015, she was convicted of assaulting a patient who had a learning disability and impaired cognitive functions by kicking her on the body and covering her mouth to stop her breathing.
It was also revealed in court that Blondek was not licensed by the State of California to practice psychology.
His application for a license was last denied in August 2002 by the State of California for Dishonesty, Fraud and/or Deceit and other violations of the California Business and Professions Code.
He was found guilty of four felony charges: conspiracy, mail fraud, wire fraud and making a false statement on a record submitted to the Social Security Administration. after chatting online for nine months with who he thought was a father offering up his 2 1/2-year-old daughter for sex but was in actuality an undercover agent of the California Justice Department.
Date convicted: June 12, 2017Aimone entered into a stipulated orders with the Washington State Nursing Care Quality Commission in 1999, 20 which required her to submit to random biological fluid testing and to abstain from non-therapeutic use of mind-altering substance including but not limited to alcohol. Al Rowais was arrested when he arrived at a motel in Vallejo, California to meet the "father" and daughter.)Date convicted: March 23, 20071.
Gross negligence, gross incompetence, negligence on more than one occasion, incompetence on more than one occasion, willful patient abuse, failure to maintain records and moral unfitness.
Date convicted: January 23, 2009On October 17, 2014, the Port St Lucie (FL) Police Department arrested Berfield for felony possession of controlled substances and cocaine and misdemeanor possession of marijuana and paraphernalia after being found standing naked at a public intersection where he appeared to be hallucinating.
When he led police to his nearby residence, they found LSD, crystal meth and other drugs.
He was convicted for "using a protected title while unregistered in a health profession." His registration as a psychologist had lapsed in 2011 but he was still practicing as one.
In 2014, officials found signs in his office that held him out to be a psychologist.