Over the past two weeks, America has been rocked by a seemingly endless series of revelations about sexual harassment by famous figures from the media, politics, and show business. Attention has rightly been placed on the victims of sexual harassment and abuse, with the #MeToo campaign helping them find the courage to speak out about their experiences. However, once they are exposed, the perpetrators of sexual harassment also leave behind another set of victims: their family, friends, and partners who are traumatized by finding that the person they know is not the person they thought they know.
How should the perpetrator’s loved ones respond in the wake of such revelations and can therapy help? Dr. Cynthia Hawver tackled these difficult questions and more in this radio video. Click on the button below to listen.