#Me Too

Tarana Burke started the MeToo movement in 2006. Alyssa Milano brought it into the national conversation.

Some facts about sexual harassment:

  • The World Health Organization estimates that one-third of women worldwide are affected by sexual violence.
  • A 2017 poll by ABC News and The Washington Post found that 54% of American women report that they have received “unwanted and inappropriate” sexual advances.
  • 94% percent of those say that the behavior usually carries no consequences for the perpetrator.
  • Sexual harassment is so prevalent that Pew Research reported that by September 30, 2020, people used the #MeToo hashtag more than 19 million times on Twitter in the English language alone. The average computes to 55,319 per day.

As more victims of sexual harassment speak out, people are finding that they are not alone. However, taking action to report sexual harassment can be terrifying. If you are being sexually harassed at work you probably feel angry, humiliated, and/or intimidated.

There is a way forward.

 Counseling can give you support and guidance to help you find hope, ideas, and practical ways to move ahead. It can help you to put the blame where it belongs, on the harasser, not on yourself.

I can help you rebuild your self-esteem and give you the strength to get through this. If you are going through a lawsuit with the perpetrator, I can provide support and be your advocate throughout the process.

If you were or are being sexually harassed, please contact me for help.

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