For Immediate Release - January 17, 2012

Massachusetts Board of Registration of Social Workers Announces Enforcement Action

BOSTON - January 17, 2012 - The Board of Registration of Social Workers announced today disciplinary action against the following licensees:

Suzanne Kresiak, Otis

The Board imposed a reprimand on Kresiak’s license to practice as a social worker in Massachusetts. Kresiak must also complete a continuing education seminar on legal and ethical practice. The Board and Kresiak entered into a consent agreement whereby Kresiak admitted that after obtaining verbal consent, she failed to obtain written consent from her minor client’s legal guardian prior to having a communication with a third party about her client. Kresiak admitted that her action constitutes a violation of a Board regulation.

Tracy A. Will, Ashford, Conn.

The Board and Will have entered into a consent agreement under which Will’s license to practice as a licensed independent clinical social worker was placed on probation for a period of three years. Will has further agreed that she must comply with terms and conditions while on probation, which include undergoing therapy sessions with a licensed therapist, practicing under the supervision of an LICSW, and completing a continuing education course in professional boundaries. Will admitted that she was disciplined in the State of Connecticut in resolution of a complaint alleging that she engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a former client. Will further admitted that said conduct also constitutes grounds for discipline in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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