Discover magazine has an online article out today which covers the APA report, NARTH and the Jones and Yarhouse study. Here are some excerpts: Joseph Nicolosi, a psychologist in Encino, Calif., says he can rid adults, teens, and even children of homosexuality. For nearly 30 years, he has offered a “psychodynamic” form of reparative therapy … Continue reading “Discover article on sexual orientation change and the APA report”
I addressed it here and now here but it continues. This morning I read an article on the website of the National Catholic Register by Father Benedict Groeschel, host of Sunday Night Live on EWTN (Catholic network). Father Groeschel is laboring under a significant misunderstanding of the APA report when he writes: On top of … Continue reading “The persistent rumor that the APA wants people to change churches”
The Wall Street Journal invited Hope College social psychologist David Myers to write a column regarding the APA task force report on appropriate therapeutic responses to sexual orientation. Dr. Myers is the author of several books, including the text I use in teaching the social psychology class at GCC. I highly recommend the text, as … Continue reading “Social psychologist David Myers opines on APA report in Wall Street Journal”
Here’s the blog post over at Dan Gilgoff’s US News and World Report blog, God and Country. The backdrop: The initial article about the APA sexual orientation and therapy report to hit the wire was by David Crary at the AP. However, some (many?) papers truncated the article in such a way that it seemed … Continue reading “Blog post at US News & World Report: Does the APA advise a church switch?”
The Christian Broadcasting Network reports this morning on the APA task force findings. UPDATE: The video now does not reflect the news report linked above.