‘The practitioner in prison started a relationship with the patient’s girlfriend’

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‘The practitioner in prison started a relationship with the patient’s girlfriend’

A detainee has submitted a complaint to the Medical Disciplinary Court because he discovered that the therapist, where he was treated in the PI Alphen aan den Rijn, lives in his house with his girlfriend. Maurice B., then an employee of the Judicial Institutions Agency (DJI), had concealed this relationship from him and from his employer. B. stood trial last week, De Telegraaf writes.

Consultation

An important issue is how it was possible that practitioner B. had obtained the number of his patient’s girlfriend in 2020. B. states that the detainee had given him the number himself, so that the therapist could consult with the woman in the context of the treatment. That contact led to a love affair.

The detainee denies having given the number, and believes that the therapist chose it herself.

cheated

At a certain point, the detainee says he had the feeling that B. ‘avoided’ him. When his pre-trial detention was suspended, it turned out that B. had moved in with his girlfriend in the detainee’s house.

The cheated partner’s lawyer says that the therapist has betrayed the trust and that his client has been ‘deceived badly’. The complainant is now serving his sentence, but was allowed to attend the hearing of the disciplinary committee.

Maurice B. said that his marriage broke down and that he ended up ‘on the street’. He acknowledged that he had made ‘wrong choices’. He apologized at the hearing. B. now has another job. The verdict is on April 28.

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