Psychologist Surrenders License Due to Sexual Misconduct
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August 10, 2017
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Sandra Monterrubio, (916) 574-7720
(Sacramento) - A Daly City psychologist has agreed to surrender his license after he was accused of sexual misconduct with a former student trainee.
In June 2017, the California Board of Psychology filed an accusation against licensed
psychologist Rex Bierley, alleging sexual misconduct and unprofessional conduct by engaging in a sexual relationship with a former student trainee.
In its accusation, the board sought to revoke or suspend Bierley's license. Bierley, a supervisor in the psychology department of a Kaiser Permanente facility, chose to resolve the accusation by agreeing to waive his right to a hearing, and surrender his license to the board, effective August 24, 2017.
Click here to view the accusation and the order.
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