Dr. Mark H Wilmot; License # 1200
Nature of Complaint:
The State Board of Psychologist Examiners receive information from the Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD) stating that the provider had been arrested for trespassing on April 12, 2010. The CSPD further stated that the provider came into the CSPD and requested an interview concerning a specific individual he had contact with. The provider would not share any details of his concerns with law enforcement officials. When told by the CSPD that, due to staffing issues, an interview could not take place immediately, the provider stated that that was unacceptable and that he would “just go to the FBI.” The provider went to the FBI and was told to report to the CSPD. The provider did not comply with the FBI’s request to leave and report to the CSPD, despite being asked to do so, repeatedly. The provider refused to leave and eventually sat down in the FBI’s doorway, blocking the entrance. CSPD then arrested him for trespassing. After his arrest, the physician was interviewed by a CSPD detective. During the interview, the provider stated that he felt like he needed “to kill this guy”, referring a specific individual. Also, during the interview, the provider deviated from the subject and started discussing his health issues and the great stress he has been under for the past several years. The CSPD detective became very concerned for the provider’s own mental health. On or about May 18, 2010, the provider underwent a mental status evaluation. The provider was found to be presently unfit to practice.
The provider’s license to practice psychology in the State of Colorado is hereby Summarily Suspended until such time as the Board determines that he no longer poses a risk to the public or that he should be further disciplined. The provider shall immediately cease, desist, and refrain from engaging in any form of psychology or any other acts that he is licensed to engage in pursuant to his licensure as a psychologist in the State of Colorado.