Archives for September 1992

Jules H. Masserman

Chicago Tribune Trust betrayed Sex abuse by therapists prompts ethical debate By David McCracken. September 27, 1992 The American Psychiatric Association’s Ethics Committee held its annual confidential meetings this month in Washington as a former patient renewed her accusations of rape and drug abuse against a past president of the group. Last year the APA’s […]

Gary R. Donovan

The Boston Globe State panel rules on doctors’ cases; NEW ENGLAND NEWS BRIEFS September 26, 1992 The state Board of Registration in Medicine has taken action on the licenses of two doctors, one of whom has been charged with sexual misconduct. A probation agreement was made with Dr. Gary R. Donovan, a psychiatrist living in […]

Margaret Bean-Bayog

The Associated Press Psychiatrist Accused in Patient’s Suicide Resigns; State Hearing Canceled By Jonathan Yenkin September 19, 1992 A psychiatrist accused of seducing a patient who later committed suicide has succeeded on her second try at resigning her medical license. The resignation submitted Friday by Dr. Margaret Bean-Bayog was “permanent, unconditional and unequivocal,” unlike the […]

Psychiatrist Margaret Bean-Bayog in Sex Abuse Case Offers Her License

New York Times Psychiatrist in Sex Abuse Case Offers Her License By FOX BUTTERFIELD Dr. Margaret Bean-Bayog, the Harvard psychiatrist who has been accused of sexually abusing one of her patients and contributing to his suicide, offered to resign her medical license today. The offer was made four days before the state Board of Registration […]

Peter M. Panzarino

PR Newswire FORMER MCLEAN HOSPITAL PSYCHIATRIST SENTENCED IN FEDERAL COURT ON TAX EVASION CHARGE Dateline: Boston September 14, 1992 A former Weston psychiatrist and staff member at McLean Hospital in Belmont was sentenced Friday in federal court on charges of tax evasion for the tax year 1986. Acting U.S. Attorney A. John Pappalardo announced today […]

Joel H. Feigon

The Boston Herald Sex-case doc called `victim of patients’ By Kathryn Marchocki September 13, 1992 The attorney for a Cambridge psychiatrist whose license was ordered revoked last week in a sexual misconduct case yesterday portrayed the doctor as a victim of his female colleague and former patient, whom he had fallen deeply in love with […]