A Roseville psychologist who engaged in inappropriate conduct can no longer supervise interns, according to an order made public last week by the Minnesota Board of Psychology.
William W. Duffy directly supervised a graduate student in July 2009 and, according to the board’s order, “engaged in unprofessional conduct and in verbal or physical behavior which was sexually seductive or sexually demeaning to Supervisee.”
Duffy agreed to stop supervising interns and applicants for licensure or licensed psychology.
The board also reprimanded a Minneapolis licensed psychological practitioner, Nancy A. Olesen , and fined her $500 for failing to practice under required supervision.

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