NJ psychologist loses license over malpractice allegations

An administrative law judge has revoked the license of a New Jersey psychologist over allegations of deliberately implanting false memories of sex abuse into children

EDISON - An administrative law judge has revoked the license of a New Jersey psychologist over allegations of deliberately implanting false memories of sex abuse into children she was treating.

The judge ruled Dr. Marsha Kleinman, of Highland Park, committed gross and repeated negligence, malpractice and misconduct.

The judge also ordered that Kleinman pay a $60,000 fine.

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