by Michelle R. Smith
Originally published September 8, 2016
Two victims of sexual abuse at the elite Rhode Island boarding school St. George's have filed complaints with state licensing officials about the school's former psychologist.
They tell The Associated Press that Peter Kosseff did not do enough to address and prevent abuse during his 35 years at the school, and they want his license revoked.
Kosseff, who still practices and has offices in South Kingstown and Newport, did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
The first complaint was filed in December and the other soon after, the two women told the AP. Joseph Wendelken, a spokesman for the Department of Health, which oversees such licenses, said such complaints are confidential and he could not confirm them. The department said Kosseff's license was last renewed in May.
The Associated Press typically doesn't name sexual abuse victims unless they come forward publicly.
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