Innovations in Dealing with Addicted and Mentally Ill Licensees -- What Can Be Done?

  • 06 Apr 2100
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Approaching addictions and mental illness fairly, compassionately and in the public interest is a challenging task for regulators. This session will discuss the principle that should be at the forefront for regulators confronting vulnerable licensees who are facing discipline or capacity issues, including the unique statutory standards that apply in these types of situations. The speakers will then address the essential elements of a successful rehabilitation program to be completed in order to protect the public from the professional who begins the road to wellness. Finally, common pitfalls, slips and relapses will be addressed as they impact the success or failure to be rehabilitated and the immediate effect on the professional’s license to practice.


Robin McKechney, Partner, Steinecke Maciura LeBlanc
Julie Maciura, Managing Partner, Steinecke Maciura LeBlanc

Susan Meyerle, Ethics Consultant, Life Resources, LLC

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