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The IFTCC has announced a series of 6 episodes examining therapy bans in a range of countries. The series is led by Dr Mike Davidson (UK) and Dr Laura Haynes (US) and features participants from various countries across the world. Series 1 begins Thursday 15th April 2021 at 7.00 pm or 8.00 pm CEST
A Joint Statement from Core Issues Trust and The International Federation for Therapeutic and Counselling Choice. We live in a world of diverse ideologies and cultural practices. Banning and criminalising will not eliminate poor therapy. We call on the Government to ensure that in future its LGBT advisors are representative of different ideological, religious, non-religious and cultural perspectives rather than becoming a monoculture that leads to dogma and viewpoint discrimination.
This new study by Santero, Whitehead and Ballesteros (SHB)is a much-needed contribution to the evidence that there is nothing inherently dangerous in using mainstream therapies and that they can lead to worthwhile results in feelings, identity and behaviors.
Following the criticism levelled at X Factor Malta contestant Matthew Grech, Ivan Grech Mintoff has made clear his political party's intention to seek the court's help in reviewing this matter. ...
We are celebrating our first Live Broadcast of Voices of the Silenced.TV. Tuesday 12th of June marks what will be the start of new programming that investigates issues around unwanted same-sex attractions and some appropriate pastoral and clinical responses to supporting those who seek out of gay.
The IFTCC has responded to the intended ban on therapeutic choice by the UK Government – in a document to be released at the launch of the IFTCC launch in London, Monday 15th October
Go to @voicesofthesilenced (FB) to join author Professor Stephen Baskerville (Patrick Henry College, USA), Dr Carys Moseley and Roger Kiska (Consultants to Christian Concern and the Christian Legal Centre) as they discuss with Mike Davidson the therapy bans and their meaning in different world areas.
Saturday May 26th saw a meeting of professional clinical and pastoral care workers in central Kiev for an important book launch. We are grateful for those in Eastern Europe who stand with us in promoting the freedoms and rights for those with unwanted same-sex attractions.
11 accounts from a range of current CIT clients wanting to leave homosexual practices and feelings. Updated for the 2018 Jerusalem GAFCON Gathering
The Prohibition of Conversion Therapies Bill (2018), imposes fines and prison sentences on any therapist seeking to help a client to diminish unwanted same-sex attraction. Dermot OCallaghan reflects on this initiative.
Anglican Mainstream cites information and research scholarship refuting the article by Harriot Sherwood in the Guardian quoting Paul Byers who claims that orthdox teaching on human sexuality in the church is responsible for suicide and selfharm among some in the gay community. Read the links here
Dr Peter May comments on a new study which has important probable implications for brain plasticity and the folly of the immutability arguments around sexual orientation.
There is a clear irony as “Boy Erased” is released in the UK cinemas tomorrow (9th February). While lessons that must be learned, Core Issues Trust Premieres “Once Gay – Matthew and Friends” on Monday 11th February for release Thursday 14th Feb
Tuesday 13th March saw the second public screening of the feature documentary film, “Voices of the Silenced”. The film tells the story of 15 individuals moving out of homosexual practices and feelings, and listens to the perspectives of experts from around the world.