A UBC Okanagan professor’s practice has been placed under supervision with a particular focus on “boundary issues” and “sexual harassment.”
Dr. Stephen Porter has been placed under regulatory supervision for 18 months, with a particular focus on boundary issues, power differentials, sexual harassment, professionalism and doing no harm, according to a statement issued by the College of Psychologists.
Porter is not allowed to supervise students, researchers, and volunteers and must provide letters of apology to unnamed complainants.
According to UBCO, Porter “has agreed to step aside from his teaching duties. He will continue to be engaged in his other academic responsibilities.”
And “for privacy reasons, we cannot further discuss the details of individual personnel matters.”
The details of the incident or incidents have not been released.
On UBCO’s website, Porter’s list of teaching includes forensic psychology, psychopathy, violence and personality theory.
Porter could not be reached for comment by the time of publication.
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