GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. (AP) — A psychologist has surrendered her license to practice after she was accused of taking a patient shopping and traveling, then billing the activities as therapy. The Minnesota Board of Psychology said 68-year-old Judith Henderson charged more than $300,000 in fees to the patient over 10 years. Henderson neither admitted nor denied the allegations, but agreed to give up her license. The agreement was made public Tuesday.
According to the board, Henderson violated her professional relationship with the patient by going on trips together, shopping and going on social outings she billed as therapy.