Council on Sex Offender Treatment Enforcement Actions

Disciplinary actions are taken by regulatory authorities (boards, committees, programs) in response to a violation of the law or rules.  Different kinds of actions may be taken depending on the severity of the offense, the history of previous violations, efforts made to correct the violation, the harm to the victim(s), the likelihood of a repeat violation, and other matters related to each particular case.  These actions are taken to protect and promote the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of Texas.

Final Disciplinary Actions - License Denial, Surrender, Revocation
These actions will be permanently posted on this website.Further information, including a copy of the final order, is available upon written request from our office.

Final Disciplinary Actions - All Other, including Probated Suspension, Reprimand, and Administrative Penalty These actions will be posted on this website for a total of seven (7) years from the date all the terms of the Order have been met, in accordance with our records retention schedule. The regulated individual may now be currently licensed, in good standing, and practicing without any restrictions.



Name Level of Licensure License Number City of Residence Alleged Violation* Disciplinary Action Date of Action
Adams, Jimmie LSOTP 9402 Beaumont, TX 22 TAC §810.92-Related to making false, misleading, deceptive or fraudulent claims about services rendered to clients. Revocation 02/26/2011
Cobb, Brian LSOTP 99229 Austin, TX 22 TAC §810.3-Related to engaging in unethical and unprofessional conduct. 1 Yr. Probated Suspension 12/10/2014
Cobler, Jodi Lynn LSOTP 99227 Willis, TX TAC §810.92-Related to entering into a dual relationship with a client. Voluntary Surrender 03/03/12
Davis, Bill Jack



Conroe, Texas    Suspension 07/09/99
Efurd, Emily LSOTP 98393 Wylie, TX 22 TAC §810.92-Related to engaging in unethical and unprofessional conduct by failure to perform professional duties within the scope of statutory responsibilities and engaging in a dual relationship with a client. Revocation 1/24/13

Efurd, Emily



Wylie, TX

22 TAC §810.3-Related to failure to meet the licensing requirements for a licensed sex offender treatment provider by failing to renew license as a Licensed Professional Counselor.

Two Year Probated Suspension


Harris, Becky LSOTP 98507 Granbury, Texas 22 TAC §810.92-Related to failure to set and maintain professional boundaries by entering into a dual relationship with client. $250 Administrative Penalty 02/13/10
Hurlbert, David F. RSOTP 95305 Belton, Texas   Surrender 03/03/99
Natter,Theophilus A. 
Relating to 22 TAC 810.2(12) and 810.3 (c)(1)(A), 3TOC 110.001(7)
Revocation of Licensure  

Perrett, Ronald



Denton, TX

22 TAC §810.62 and 810.92-Related to “knowingly told a probationer that they could violate the terms of their probation”.



Rabon, Andrea Elizabeth ASOTP99499Houston, TX 22 TAC 810.92(b)(3) - Relating to Dual Relationships
22 TAC 810.92(b)(4) - Relating to Sexual Misconduct

Revocation of Licensure 9/28/2018 
Sparks, Roxianna 






Wichita Falls, Texas






Tulloch, Ty





















Temple, TX










22 TAC §§810.62 and 810.64-Related to failure to hold client to same standards of practice and compliance, failure to familiarize oneself with the Rules, Statutes and literature containing current risk factors for sex offenders, failure to administer a polygraph test, failure to conduct individual therapy sessions with client regarding their violation and subsequently, placed the community at risk. 2 yr Suspension 2/23/2010

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Last updated November 30, 2018