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TACOMA, Wash. - A marriage-counseling client of Behavioral Counseling Associated claims its employee Glen Paddock, Ph.D., told her she "probably ... enjoyed having her toes sucked," held a "session" for her with wine and candles, and made other overt and inappropriate sexual come-ons to her, in Pierce County Court.

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