Rosik, Christopher H. Ph.D.

From this Author:

NARTH Scientific Advisory Board Member Presents At APA Convention
Looking More Deeply at a Study on GLB Substance Use
Further Reflections on The Counseling Psychologist’s Special Issue on Conversion Therapies and Religion
Study Supports the “Weak Father” Theory of Homosexuality
NARTH Member Christopher Rosik Responds to Presbyterian Web Site
Gay Marriage and Human Sexual Nature
Defining Compulsive Behavior
Sociopolitical Diversity in Psychology (Refs)
Thoughts on the Ordination of Sexually Active Gay Men and Lesbians (Refs)
Book Review of Hooked- New Science on How Casual Sex Is Affecting Our Children
Psychological Practice with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients
Did the American Psychological Association’s Report on Appropriate Therapeutic Responses to Sexual Orientation Apply Its Research Standards Consistently?
Spitzer’s “Retraction”: What Does It Really Mean?
California Senate Bill 1172: A Scientific and Legislative Travesty— A Look at the Bill’s Misuse of Science
Fact-Checking California Senate Bill 11721— Serious Inaccuracies and Distortions Abound: Are Politicians Willing to Listen?
The (Complete) Lack of a Scientific Basis for Banning Sexual-Orientation Change Efforts (SOCE) with Minors
Countering a One-Sided Representation of Science: NARTH Provides the “Rest of the Story” for Legal Efforts to Challenge Antisexual Orientation Change Efforts (SOCE) Legislation
The Alliance and NARTH Institute Response to the WMA Statement on Natural Variations of Human Sexuality
The Reincarnation of Shidlo and Shroeder (2002): New Studies Introduce Anti-SOCE Advocacy Research to the Next Generation
Book Review of James E. Phelan’s Successful Outcomes of Sexual Orientation Change Efforts: An Annotated Bibliography
The Quiet Death of Sexual Orientation Immutability: How Science Loses When Political Advocacy Wins
My Conversation with a Typical Opponent of Professional Therapies that Include Change
Alliance Statement on SAFE-T
A Tale of Two Task Forces: Evidence of a Growing Diversity Problem within Psychology?
In Their Own Words: Therapists Who Support a Client’s Right to Explore Sexual Attraction Fluidity Respond to Questions Posed by Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Therapists
Preparing the Foundation for the Curtailment of Religious Liberty: New Research Targets Conservative Religious Beliefs on Same-sex Sexuality
Recently Published Research Counters Claims of Widespread Harm and Ineffectiveness of Sexual Attraction Fluidity Exploration in Therapy (SAFE-T)
Perspectives from the Front Lines of Therapy Ban Conflicts: An Interview with Peter Sprigg and Greg Burt
A Research Review of Ryan et al.’s Parent-initiated Sex Orientation Change Efforts with LGBT Adolescents: Implications for Young Adult Mental Health and Adjustment
A Research Review of Gartrell et al.’s Sex Attraction, Sexual Identity, and Same-Sex Experiences of Adult Offspring in U.S. National Longitudinal Lesbian Family Study
A Response to the UK Government’s Intended Ban on Therapeutic Choice
A Response to the UK Government’s Intended Ban on Therapeutic Choice
IFTCC Letter to Canadian MPs Nov 2020
IFTCC to UN HRC individual Submission to Victor Madrigal-Borloz
The Creation and Inflation of Prevalence Statistics: The Case of “Conversion Therapy”
A Critical Review of 2020 Research on Harms from Efforts to Change Sexual Attractions and Behaviors: Minimal Advancement of Science, Maximal Advancement of Agendas
Review of Mark A. Yarhouse’s (2019) Sexual Identity & Faith: Helping Clients Find Congruence
Researching Against the Cultural Tide: An Interview with Walter R. Schumm and D. Paul Sullins