I apologize for the delay, however I've been up to my eyeballs in a trial the last couple of days.
I can certainly understand, as you do it seems, that your doctor also wants to ensure that she has no liability by providing a letter to the MTO.
So the thought is then, how do you go about ensuring your doctor that there is a way to monitor you, to ensure that she is covered from a liability standpoint and can be aware of what is going on and what risks might exist. Have you discussed with your doctor whether there are any options available to you to monitor you on an ongoing basis so that you can get your license reinstated? This would also be dependent upon your condition and whether or not you could abstain from alcohol since this is the concern. Understandably, if you have a significant dependency or addiction, abstinence would prove to be extremely difficult, but it certainly would help resolve the situation.
There are medications that you can take which would prevent you from drinking, making you quite ill if you were to consume alcohol. The doctor could test you regularly to ensure that you are taking the meds and thereby ensuring that you would not be drinking. There are also other prescription alternatives to dealing with your anxiety and overall condition that may help to alleviate the need to turn to the bottle for an escape.
Ultimately, the only way the MTO will reinstate your license is with a confirming letter from your physician, so you'll have to work with her to find a solution that works for you and helps to satisfy her concerns.
I wish you the best of luck with this issue and I also wish you all the best in dealing with the overall issues that have gotten you to this point.
I'm happy to chat further if you would like.
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