Counselors and Christian Psychologists React to ‘Conversion Therapy’ Claims
December 1, 2016

Carloyn Pela, president of the Alliance for Therapeutic Choice and Scientific Integrity, told The Christian Post in a Tuesday phone interview that ulterior motives are driving the push for this kind of legislation.

“My take on this is that the term ‘conversion therapy’ and some of the other terms synonymously used are social constructions from a group of people who want to create and enforce the narrative that there’s something unusual that goes on in therapy with people who present with distress or confusion around their same-sex attraction,” Pela said.

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