Weinstein finishes week-long therapy program: report

Weinstein finishes week-long therapy program: report
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Harvey Weinstein has reportedly completed a week-long therapy program he attended after facing multiple allegations of sexual assault and harassment.

The program, in Arizona, included "intensive therapy," his psychologist told TMZ, adding that Weinstein was "invested" in it.

The former Hollywood mogul "was able to focus on his therapy despite a ton of distractions," his psychologist, who did not want to be named, said.


"He showed up for all the meetings and was fully engaged."

The program helped Weinstein to learn how to deal with "his anger, his attitude toward others, boundary work and the beginnings of work on empathy," his psychologist said.

"Time will tell" whether he's made progress, the psychologist added.

Weinstein will reportedly remain in Arizona for another month and keep working with his doctors, TMZ reported.

Multiple women have come forward in recent weeks to accuse the former studio executive of sexual assault or harassment.

The Los Angeles Police Department is now investigating rape allegations against Weinstein. Two other investigations are taking place in New York and London.

Since the allegations surfaced, Weinstein has been expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and his wife has filed for divorce.
Several Democrats have also pledged to donate the funds they received from Weinstein to charity.