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Receiving and possessing materials involving the sexual exploitation of minors.Belanger, who was employed at the state psychiatric hospital in Jamestown, North Dakota for more than 20 years, paid for access to pornography web sites and downloaded thousands of sexually explicit images and more than 200 videos.She failed to comply with the order and thus in March 2004, her nursing license was suspended for at least 48 months. Failed to maintain appropriate boundaries in his therapeutic relationship with a female patient by having her sleep overnight at his home and sleeping overnight at her home. Had a dual relationship with the patient in that he treated her as a client while initiating and continuing a personal relationship. Suggested, initiated and engaged in sexual intimacies by removing his trousers and putting the patient's hand on his erect penis during a therapy session. Failed to provide the patient with adequate treatment, in that he used his influence over her to seek personal benefit, including the use of her home and automobile for his personal benefit.Date convicted: August 1, 2005180 days prison, 3 years probation and ,196 in fines and restitution. Date convicted: March 26, 2004Pennsylvania license revoked in response to earlier disciplinary action taken against him in Ontario, Canada.She did not contest the allegations but instead surrendered her license while still under investigation.Date convicted: May 24, 2004He "engaged in the indiscriminate or grossly negligent prescribing of Controlled Dangerous Substances ('CDS')...." During 2015 and through 2016, Respondent was allegedly prescribing CDS to his patients including amphetamines, opiates, benzodiazepines, and other drugs, without adequate medical justification.
When he led police to his nearby residence, they found LSD, crystal meth and other drugs.He was convicted under a plea of Nolo Contendre on multiple counts of possession of controlled substances. and Doctorate degrees from an online distance learning program which was not accredited by a national psychoanalytic society; Between 19, she attended a school for psychoanalysis but did not complete the 450 hours of supervision required for certification; in December 1998, she received a certificate to practice psychoanalysis which required she have a Masters or Doctorate degree (which she did not acquire until later); she lied on her application for license to practice psychoanalysis, misrepresenting the date she received her certificate and stating that she was a member of a national psychoanalytic organization when in fact, the organization had denied her application twice for lack of a Masters degree from an accredited institution.Date convicted: September 17, 2015Between November 1999 and February 2000, Bershatsky received M. Date convicted: April 6, 2004Voluntarily resigned her certificate to practice psychoanalysis to the state, which rendered it null and void.In October 2004, Bershatsky was excluded from participation in federally funded health care programs (Medicaid, etc.).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.
In 1998, on two occasions, [Biondi] struck [the patient] and threw her to the ground. Date convicted: February 5, 2009After receiving a complaint reporting that Blankstein had been arrested and charged with three counts of acquisition or administration of dangerous drugs (in 2015; criminal charges eventually dismissed), the records for five of Blankstein's patients were sent to a Medical Consultant for review who found that Blankstein deviated from the standard of care with regard to all five patients.