A Billings child and adolescent psychiatrist who was stripped of his medical license two years ago has been granted a lifetime probationary license to practice adult psychiatry.
The stories are heart-wrenching. Serious violations of civil rights law are alleged.
A former Billings child psychiatrist who served time in federal prison for possessing child pornography is slowing down his quest for a second chance to practice psychiatry.
A former child psychiatrist who was felled by his lust for child pornography and spent time in federal prison is seeking forgiveness from those he betrayed — and a second chance.
HELENA — A Lake County judge has set a Wednesday hearing to hasten a psychological evaluation for a 10-year-old St. Ignatius boy being held on a $500,000 bond for a probation violation.
CHEYENNE — A federal judge has denied a request from the State of Wyoming to have a mental health expert examine the state's lone death row inmate.
Les Dolezal lay atop the bedcovers beside his wife, grieving aloud that he had no friends. Nobody understood him. He had no one in whom to confide.
The leader of one of Montana’s key mental health organizations is calling for creation of a psychiatrist residency program in the state. The hope is to create a pipeline that will bring psychiatrists into the state and the VA hospital at Fort Harrison.
More than a year after a $7 million, 24,000-square-foot facility opened at Fort Harrison, the eight-bed unit designed for veterans needing inpatient psychiatric care is nearly ready to open.
More than a year after a $7 million, 24,000-square-foot facility opened at Fort Harrison, an eight-bed unit for veterans needing inpatient psychiatric care remains empty.
Dr. Robert "Walt" Lovell began work at VA Montana on July 30.
A respected Billings child psychiatrist who admitted to living a double life will spend about a year in federal prison for possessing child pornography, a sentence far shorter than the five years he faced.
A child and adolescent psychiatrist at Billings Clinic was suspended in February and is no longer employed at the hospital, according to a letter the hospital has sent to the doctor’s patients.