I can't tell you his name, only that he is a psychiatrist, who entered a voluntary substance abuse program. I also won't disclose the search engine I used. But I am shocked, nevertheless. For the viewers who are not familiar- when you are accused of, or charged with drug or alcohol issues- many states have two options for you:1. Deny abuse issues, and get a lawyer to fight your BON (or medicine, law, etc.) threats, or:2. Admit you have an issue and agree to the terms of a 'rehab' effort, in which you agree not to work until cleared, and agree to follow all of the BON demands (AA meetings, drug testing, etc. that cam last for years). This is SUPPOSED to be confidential, not open to online searches, to help you protect your career. One serious problem is that if you are ordered to attend AA meetings, you are also required to submit attendance records of those meetings...Tonight I found out that the latter is not only 'not' confidential, but if you attend an AA meeting mandated by a state agency? Your name may well end up posted online.