- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 3, 2015

NORFOLK, Neb. (AP) - A Norfolk psychologist accused of having sex with a former patient has surrendered his license for a year.

State records say Dr. Kevin Piske agreed to a license suspension, which began in April. The settlement agreement says Piske didn’t admit or deny any allegations in the state petition for discipline. State regulations regarding professional conduct bar psychologists from having sex with patients or former patients.

The petition says Piske had worked at the state’s Norfolk Regional Center and had a private practice. He’d treated the patient between 1996 and 1999. She contacted him in 2001 and began seeing and talking to him, but not as a patient.

The petition says the two began a sexual relationship in 2003, a relationship that stopped and started again over several years, through 2013.

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