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Posted in Sexual Harassment

Signs of Sexual Abuse and Assault

An estimated 321,500 people ages 12 and older are victims of rape and sexual assault each year in the U.S. Sexual assaults on college campuses are common, with incidence rates of 1.8 to 34%.

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woman being sexually harassed by boss in office

Posted in Sexual Harassment

Why Sexual Misconduct Reports Are So Upsetting

By Karen Brownd, CSAT, Director of the Center for Relationship and Sexual Recovery and Associate Clinical Director at The Ranch

During the recent spate of sexual misconduct revelations and accusations about men in power, the public has had to come to terms with a difficult truth: Men we look up to have disappointed us by leading double lives.

It is natural to feel shocked, disheartened, outraged and betrayed, and to be negatively affected by bad news.

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sad abused woman sitting in corner

Posted in Sexual Harassment, Trauma and PTSD

Sexual Assault & PTSD

Sexual assault is one of the most terrifying experiences anyone can endure. Whether it stems from early childhood or happens as an adolescent or an adult, it leaves an indelible mark.

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woman holding up paper that reads "me too"

Posted in Recovery, Sexual Harassment, Tennessee

‘Me Too’: Women With Sexual Trauma Can Benefit From Therapeutic Support

By Ginger Poag, MSW, LCSW, Trauma Therapist at The Ranch

The “Me Too” movement is taking the world by storm. As more men are accused of sexual misconduct, more women are finding the confidence to voice their truth—a truth that requires sharing very personal stories of a difficult time in their lives.

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women holding paper that reads "me too"

Posted in Sexual Harassment

How Some Women With Trauma May Be Triggered by the ‘Me Too’ Campaign

By Ginger Poag, MSW, LCSW, Trauma Therapist at The Ranch

Andrea is a professional woman with a family and she considers herself a supporter of women’s rights. But when the revelations of sexual misconduct were revealed and the “Me Too” movement spread on social media, she felt a sense of discomfort and dread.

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Posted in Sexual Harassment, Tennessee

Men and Me Too: Men Admitting Sexual Abuse and Harassment Is Healing

By Ginger Poag, MSW, LCSW, Trauma Therapist at The Ranch

Men in power seem to be toppling over like dominos as more people come forward with allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct. One of the most surprising aspects of the “Me Too” movement is that men are now opening up about their experiences with sexual abuse and sexual harassment — at the hands of other men.

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woman uncomfortable with male co-worker at desk

Posted in Sex Addiction, Sexual Harassment

Is There a Difference Between Sex Addiction, Sex Offending and Sexual Misconduct?

By Karen Brownd, CSAT, Director of the Center for Relationship and Sexual Recovery and Associate Clinical Director at The Ranch

Recent accusations of sexual misconduct by celebrities have led to unprecedented revelations of sexual harassment, misconduct and abuse, and questions about the difference between sex addiction vs. sex offender. Many men in prominent positions have been paraded before the public eye for alleged unsavory activities, with new accusations every day.

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Roger Ailes Sexual Harassment Case

Posted in Articles, Sexual Harassment

Does Roger Ailes Remind You of Anyone?

By Robert Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S

Last week, Roger Ailes, Chairman and CEO of the Fox News media conglomerate, was sued for sexual harassment by former anchor Gretchen Carlson. In the intervening days, at least six other women have come forward with similar stories of sexual harassment at the hands of Mr. Ailes. Meanwhile, Ailes’ allies have rallied around him, alleging sour grapes from the recently fired Carlson.

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