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Unsealed Ash St. Seven years after the sexual harassment scandal that dethroned him, a former East Coast government official is still thinking about his victims. Their lives were invaded. Their privacy was completely stripped away. He has some advice for potential harassers. Mayor Bob Filner said that starting Monday, he will get two weeks of intensive therapy at an unspecified facility, followed by long-term counseling. Some have wondered if that is enough to change the behavior and thoughts of the mayor, who has been accused by at least nine women of sexual harassment and unwanted sexual advances over several years.
Therapists and trainers who specialize in sexual misconduct say how long treatment lasts is somewhat beside the point. The interview with the former government official was arranged by his therapist, who had been contacted by U-T San Diego seeking a person who had been through such a program.
The man agreed to share his story because he wants to educate others about how treatment and training helped him and to prevent others from being victimized. In two months he went from being an appointed official in the legal domain overseeing 14 professionals and clerical staff reporting to becoming object of a harassment complaint. His behavior started in a cloud of ambiguity: interest, friendliness, solicitude. The relationships ended before anyone caught on, and some time later the women filed a harassment complaint, which was settled. The official, who said he was in his 50s at the time, reed and later lost his professional.
He is upfront about why his behavior was wrong.
Because I thought I could get away with it. I thought my actions were consensual. It took years for the effects of the harassment to more fully unravel and for him to decide to get help. It was a total immersion sort of thing. Students read about empathy, boundaries and power dynamics, get evaluated by specialists, and participate in three days of group training. The strongly narcissistic, they never do.
But the majority of professionals are one-time offenders. After the course they follow up with weekly sessions that can last months or years.
The former official is in this follow-up phase, as well as individual psychotherapy. Now he has a plan for handling those gray areas. I think for me, it was the correct thing to do: re. It affects you morning, noon and night. For this former official it was unawareness, not cognizance, of his power that contributed.
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