Our Workplace and Survivor Outreach Clinic
So many survivors have said that when they first started to encounter the challenges and ordeals of sexual misconduct in the workplace, they wish they’d had more experienced advice — especially from those who had been there before.
Since I finally summoned the courage to write about this subject six years ago, I’ve heard from hundreds of survivors from across Canada, all through the U.S. and abroad. I’ve heard from family members of survivors, and bystanders who wish they’d done more to help a colleague when it was needed. You might say I was working with the #MeToo movement before it even knew it was the #MeToo movement.
These combined experiences, and the narrative they have built, have become an invaluable learning tool we are happy to share.
If you have experienced sexual harassment or violence at work, only you can decide to speak out and/or file a formal complaint. But we can provide evidenced-based information and perspectives from others who have been where you are that might help you navigate your journey along this perilous road.
The ZeroNow Campaign’s™ Workplace and Survivor Outreach Clinic can offer supportive guidance and counselling — or just listen with a compassionate but informed ear.
Our consultations are initiated by email, which can later migrate to telephone or Skype-based interactions. Be sure in your initiating email to give as much detail as possible. Everything you send will be kept strictly confidential and will never be used without your express written consent.
— Kathleen Finlay, Founder
The ZeroNow Campaign™