2014 Statements
December 31, 2014

1. 3rd December 2014
The Counsellors and Psychotherapists (Regulation) Bill 2014-2015

2. 30th July 2014
High Court Judgement

3. 10th June 2014
Bishop Michael Burrows to debate Anglican view of human sexuality with renowned theologian

4. 10th June 2014
Poll shows Health Minister ‘out of step’ with public opinion on same-sex therapy

5. 12th May 2014
Statement: Newsweek Article (2 May 2014) ‘Ex-Ex-Gay Pride”

6. 27th May 2014
Psychiatrists Reject ‘Born Gay’ Theory but Oppose Change Therapy

7. 3rd March 2014
The New Creed for Gay Science: A Consensus Statement from UK Professional Mental Health Bodies

8. 29th January 2014
Response to Lunacek Briefing: “EU Roadmap against homophobia and discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity” and scheduled vote in European Parliament 4th February, 2014

9. 27th January 2014
Master of the Rolls demands Mayor of London be investigated for political intervention in ‘gay bus advert’

10. 15th January 2014
Claiming the right to change unwanted same-sex feelings

11. 10th January 2014
Response to Association of Christian Counsellors Statement to its Membership:The Counsellors and Psychotherapists (Regulation) Bill 2014-2015

12. Alliance Statement on the Removal of CIT From ACC Membership

13. 14th June 2014
World Leaders in Psychotherapy Challenge Mythsd about Same-Sex Attraction

14. Memorandum of Understanding on Conversion Therapy.

15. Refusal of ASS to Renew CIT Organisational Membership

16. Statement on the UN Committee Against Torture’s Claim that Responsible Sexual Orientation Change Efforts (SOCEs) make use of Electro Shock Treatments

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