Inappropriate sexual behavior is a growing issue for businesses.
Whether it is using company technology inappropriately, emotional affairs, sexual assaults, sexual harassments and/or sexual abuse – are on the rise.
HR Departments are not equipped to handle the complexity and severity of these issues.
Fortunately, I am.
Yet, you are expected to provide the appropriate support to all employees, clients, and stakeholders.
You need to prevent, protect, and support your staff…
…against workplace abuses, criminal charges, and potential lawsuits.
You must also help prevent these situations from happening.
You are expected to know what to do to help both the victim and perpetrator.
Knowing your co-workers makes this already difficult situation worse.
It is difficult to know what to do when…
… an employee is watching pornography on workplace devices.
… staff members are arranging sexual encounters through apps and websites.
… the spouse of an employee discovers a workplace affair. Who should the company support? What is the scope of their responsibility? Should the company have stopped the affair?
… one employee is blackmailing another with information about their sex life.
You’re here because you need help creating safe, productive, and supportive workplaces.
I am the only therapist having received a business degree from the Schulich of Business.
I can speak your corporate language, identify with your industry and staff, and integrate my unique skills to your company.
I can help you foster appropriate workplace conduct, deal with a complex work situation, and reduce potential liabilities.
I offer customized support to specific situations, presentations that will target your particular organizational structure, workplace mental health presentations, and direct intervention strategies.
I create custom workshops for all staff, which addresses the needs of a select team or isolated group of people.
I use interactive emotional processing and make use of my group therapy skills for the purposes of team re-building (connection and empathy), PowerPoint (to refer back), and a tangible action plan to impact the specific situation.
My individual therapy skills will be highlighted in smaller situations, as I collaboratively support all parties involved and properly determine who is responsible for what in the given situation.
If you are ready to improve the experience of your staff, their emotional health and reduce the risks that your company is under, give me a call at (416) 723-2666 or send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org to get us started on this process.