Personal Accounts of Counselling Interventions for Unwanted Same-Sex Attractions (2018)
11 accounts from a range of current CIT clients wanting to leave homosexual practices and feelings. Updated for the 2018 Jerusalem GAFCON Gathering
Challenging the Stonewall General Election 2017 Manifesto
Understand the role of Stonewall in Gender mainstreaming in the UK
Beyond Critique: The Misuse of Science by UK Professional Mental Health Bodies
a politically correct ideology is rapidly encroaching on the western world, an ideology which is subtly reshaping the values of society as regards attitudes to sexuality. The shock lies not in the fact of reshaping, for society must always adapt or die, but in the discovery that significant areas of scientific endeavour are now influenced by ideology rather than by pure research.
Out of Harm's Way: Working Ethically with Same-sex Attracted Persons
“We are living in a time when the political agendas of activists within professional associations and governmental agencies have taken precedence over the pursuit of scientifically grounded answers regarding therapeutically aided change in unwanted same-sex attractions and behaviors. By sharing their personal experiences and professional reflections on the issues of harm and ethical carein the provision of change oriented intervention, O’Callaghan and Davidson have provided a helpful corrective to this state of affairs”
What the Research Does and Does Not Say: Is Therapeutic Support for Unwanted Smae-sex Attractions Harmful?
“What the Research Does and Does Not Say ...” should be required reading for mental health providers, physicians, client/patient advocates, legislative and judicial bodies involved in matters regarding human sexual identity. Science, beneficence, non-maleficence and informed consent, not propagandized soundbites, must serve as the foundation for all healthcare. Michelle A. Cretella, MD, Vice President, American College of Pediatricians
The Right to Decide: Seeking justice for choices around unwanted same-sex attractions.
Most of the stories in this book demonstrate the major and profound influence of faith on behaviour. Yet what matters here is not the issue of faith, but the individual’s right to choose how they want to live. If people decide on the basis of faith to devote their lives to helping the socially deprived, society says that is good, and honours them. Yet if they voice a similar faith based conviction as regards their sexuality and preferred lifestyle, they find themselves condemned.