Can persons who receive psychotherapy offered by religious groups experience a change in their sexual orientation? Is this type of therapy harmful? Read the startling results from Stanton L. Jones and Mark A. Yarhouse's study, and decide for yourself.
- Counselors and therapists
- General readers
"[This] carefully executed research demands a substantial and credible reexamination of current, politically driven, politically correct dogma that homosexual orientation is immutable." ROGERS H. WRIGHT, PH.D., Fellow and Past President of Divisions 12 and 31 of the American Psychological Association, Founding President, Council for the Advancement of the Psychological Professions and Sciences, Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology
"This study is a groundbreaking classic scientifically erudite and clearly presented. It shares irrefutible data . . . that serve to explode arguments based on ideology and anecdotes. Its irenic and thoughtful discussion invite an open forum where scientific evidence and rational thinking are allowed to dominate discussion of the subject." MERTON P. STROMMEN, PH.D., Founder of Search Institute and Fellow in the American Psychological Association
Features and Benefits
- Presents for the first time longitudinal research which answers questions as to whether or not people have actually experienced sexual orientation change over time through therapy
- Provides the most scientifically rigourous study to date including explanation of method, presentation of research data and clear, impartial interpretation of the findings