Many significant developments have occurred in the field of same-sex sexuality in the decade since the Alliance for Therapeutic Choice and Scientific Integrity (ATCSI) introduced the first edition of its Practice Guidelines (ATCSI, 2010). These developments necessitated that the guidelines be updated to address the professional and legal realities that face therapists who assist individuals in exploring the fluidity of their unwanted same-sex attractions and behavior. The revised Guidelines incorporate the now preferred language of sexual attraction fluidity exploration in therapy1 (SAFE-T) as the most accurate description of contemporary professional clinical intervention with these individuals.
Critic Ignores the Whole Truth About Ex-Gays
The Reincarnation of Shidlo and Shroeder (2002): New Studies Introduce Anti-SOCE Advocacy Research to the Next Generation
This review examines three recent research studies that are being utilized professionally and politically to support broad claims of the ineffectiveness and harm
of SOCE. These conclusions are deemed unjustifiable given a host of methodological problems. Paramount among these concerns are highly nonrepresentative samples, compromised outcome measures, and the confounding of the various forms of SOCE under study. As a consequence, generalizing the findings of these studies beyond the immediate participants is as problematic as claiming that the findings obtained from divorced clients who earlier participated in marital therapy provides a valid representation of outcomes for the therapeutic care of distressed marriages.
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