“In 2016, Grant established what he called the White Collar Support Group, an online meeting inspired by twelve-step programs for drug and alcohol addiction. He described the program as a step toward “ethics rehab” and, on his Web site, explained that it was for people who wanted to ‘take responsibility for our actions and the wreckage we caused.’ In blunter terms, he told me that it was for ‘guys detoxing from power and influence.'” The excellent Evan Osnos in The New Yorker: Life After White-Collar Crime.