South African psychologist W.H.E. Wilmans suspended 9 months for sex with client

In January 2010, The Health Professions Council of South Africa suspended psychologist W.H.E. Wilmans for 18 months (with nine months suspended for a period of five years, so long as he is not found guilty of a similar offense during that period) for unprofessional conduct.  The Council’s report states that Wilmans engaged in a sexual relationship with a client from November until December 2008.

Source: Entry on WHE Wilmans, as published in Finalised matters: 2010, as posted under Professional Conduct Inquiries on the website of the Health Professions Council of South Africa, URL: http://www.hpcsa.co.za/downloads/conduct_ethics/guilty-verdicts/guilty_verdicts_jan_may_2010.pdf

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