The Detroit News
State suspends Ann Arbor psychiatrist’s license
By Charles E. Ramirez
November 12, 2018
An Ann Arbor psychiatrist’s medical license has been suspended for at least six months after he allegedly had a sexual relationship with a patient, according to documents filed with the state.
Anthony John Wolf has also been fined $20,000 by the state’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.
The state’s Board of Medicine issued its order to suspend Wolf’s license on Oct. 12, according to documents recently released by the licensing department…
The psychiatrist allegedly began a sexual affair with a woman several months after she was referred to him to be treated for medication management in February 2017, according to a complaint filed against him. Shortly after the woman became his patient, Wolf also began treating the woman’s husband, the document said.
Months later and after a couple of attempts at taking her own life, the woman expressed romantic and sexual interest in Wolf, according to the complaint. It also said she asked for and received a transfer to another psychiatrist for treatment…