James Finley is a clinical psychologist and core faculty member of the Center for Action and Contemplation. He recorded this 10-minute reflection in his home office following the outpouring of personal “me too” stories from victims of sexual harassment and abuse. He offers compassion and encouragement for those who have courageously broken the silence. Jim shares his own experiences of being abused and invites us to respect our sexuality and each other’s boundaries, to hold those in power accountable, and to stand in solidarity with those who vulnerably share their stories.
Listen to the MP3 recording here:
View Jim’s video here: