Wednesday, March 19, 2014

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Noah's Ark Scandal



Fraudulent From the Start

In August of 2002,  Dr. Leedom and her then husband, Barry Lichtenthal, (also spelled Lichenthal), whom she met through an online dating service, opened a clinic for the care and treatment of substance abuse and dependent persons called "Noah's Ark Foundation" in Bridgeport, Conn. Dr. Leedom was the medical director of the clinic.  When seeking to obtain the necessary permits for the clinic, Leedom introduced her husband to licensing agents of the State of Connecticut as "Dr. Michael Taylor."  She continued to maintain this fraud with staff and patients until the end.
During interviews with the State licensing agents, in the presence of his wife, Liane Leedom, Barry Lichenthal AKA Dr. Michael Taylor, claimed that he was a retired gynecologist and that he had been able to retire because of investments in telecommunications in Florida.
"Dr. Taylor" was placed in charge of the clinic while Dr. Leedom only provided occasional supervision.

Complaints From Patients

In March 2003, the Connecticut Department of Public Health received a complaint about the clinic regarding the unlicensed practice of medicine on the part of Barry Lichtenhal (sic), aided and abetted by his wife, Liane Leedom.  The complaints additionally alleged that "Dr. Taylor" had sexually abused patients at the clinic.
The Department sent two investigators to the clinic on March 25, 2003, where "Dr. Taylor" was confronted and admitted that his real name was Barry Lichenthal.  Dr. Leedom was also questioned and admitted to the investigators that the staff and patients knew her husband as "Dr. Michael Taylor" and that he wore a name tag indicating that he was a doctor and that she "saw no harm in it."
In April of 2003, the Connecticut Department of Public Health received another complaint from the father of a patient at the Noah's Ark clinic to the effect that his daughter had been sexually abused by "Dr. Taylor."  This incident (or series of incidents) had led the man to investigate on his own. He had previously contacted the Bridgeport Police Department the FBI, and, apparently, a private investigator.  He provided the Department with supporting documents he had obtained in preparation to file a formal complaint.  These documents included a news release regarding the sentencing of a Barry Lichenthal AKA Michael Taylor for his role in defrauding investors through his Northeast Telecom, Inc.

Leedom Ignores Dangers to Patients

Statements and affidavits of many involved persons were taken by the Department of Public Health and a formal list of charges was drawn up and presented to the Medical Examiner's Board on April 11th, 2003.  Based on the information obtained from licensing agents of the State of Connecticut, staff, and patients, Liane Leedom was charged with aiding and abetting her husband in the unlicensed practice of medicine.  She was also charged with misleading the staff and patients of the facility by presenting her husband as "Dr. Michael Taylor."  As the affidavits show, Leedom knew that her husband was routinely accessing confidential medical records, examining patients, prescribing medications and treatment plans, and, in short, fulfilling all of the functions of a doctor when he was not, in fact a physician, licensed or otherwise.  Further charges, based on sworn testimony included the fact that,even after being made aware of sexual misconduct with patients on the part of her husband, Leedom continued to allow him to run the clinic, treat patients, and masquerade as a doctor, disregarding entirely the danger to the patients.  The abusive situation only ended with the investigation and confrontation of Leedom and Lichtenthal, which resulted in the arrest of her







husband.  






REBBECA POTTER LOST HER LICENSE!  READ BELOW.
http://psychcrimereporter.wordpress.com/2012/10/23/florida-counselor-rebecca-j-potter-reprimanded-over-unpaid-patient-loan/

Psych Crime Reporter

October 23, 2012

Florida counselor Rebecca J. Potter reprimanded over unpaid patient loan

Filed under: Uncategorized — Psych Crime Reporter @ 10:29 am
On May 22, 2012, the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling reprimanded mental health counselor Rebecca J. Potter and placed her on probation for one year with terms and conditions. The Order states that Potter treated a patient, “SC,” for an approximately two-month period in 2009 and that following the termination of the therapist-client relationship, Potter borrowed $4,500 from SC which, as of February 2011 (the time at which Potter came under investigation), Potter had not paid back. Terms of the Order include restitution to SC of $4,500, a fine of $1,000 supervision of her practice by a Board-approved supervisor.
Source: Final Order, Department of Health vs. Rebecca J. Potter, LMHC, License No. MH 7817, Case No. 2010-24142, State of Florida.



Melinda Pillsbury foster has many issues! but being a bigamist is just one shes still married to ron foster kellett! they never got a real divorce!