Sadly, the only advice we can give to you is to quit and find a safer job. This is not an issue that a criminal defense attorney can help you with.
You could also check to see if your state has a crime victims compensation program. Some states have funds that will pay for counseling for crime victims. In fact, a quick internet search revealed they do. Here's what I found: If you are the victim of a violent crime, you may be eligible for compensation through this fund. Requirements include: the crime must have taken place in the state of Indiana, it must have been reported to law enforcement within 48 hours of its occurrence unless a good reason exists for it not to have been reported, the victim or survivors must have been cooperative in the investigation of the crime and application for benefits must be filed no later than 180 days after the crime occurred. Filing deadline may be waived for child sexual abuse claims. For additional information, call the Victim Services Division of the Criminal Justice Institute at (800) 353-1484.
The information provided in this answer does not create an attorney-client relationship and is not considered to be legal advice.