The rise of the #MeToo movement has generated a seismic shift in how we view sexual harassment and other once overlooked issues in the relationships between men and women. Through award-winning videos and clinical examples, we’ll explore ways to distinguish and address transgressions that range from truly violent, to subtly bullying, to simply gross and juvenile. Learn to help men who offend or are confused, women who’ve experienced harassment, and couples whose gender and power issues remain unaddressed. Discover how to:
- Recognize the subtle ways that male harassers target and impose themselves on victims
- Develop clear strategies for confronting male entitlement in a way that actually gets through to men
- Help men examine ways in which they may have unknowingly “crossed the line”
- Intensify your empathy for the confusion and paralysis that many survivors of sexual harassment experience
David Wexler, PhD, is the executive director of the Relationship Training Institute. He’s the author of six books, including The #MeToo Movement and Therapy (with Holly Sweet), When Good Men Behave Badly, and Men in Therapy.