"The Case Against Conversion "Therapy"

Evidence, Ethics, and Alternatives


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Imprint: AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
By:
Douglas C. Haldeman
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PAPERBACK
Pages:
239

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Foreword Jack Drescher, MD Introduction: A History of Conversion Therapy, From Accepted Practice to Condemnation Douglas C. Haldeman I. Change Efforts: The Evidence Base Chapter 1. Research on Sexual Orientation Change Efforts: A Summary Judith M. Glassgold Chapter 2. Gender Identity Change Efforts: A Summary David P. Rivera and Seth T. Pardo II. Minority Stress and Collateral Impact Chapter 3. Minority Stress and Change Efforts Michael L. Hendricks Chapter 4. The Role of Families in Efforts to Change, Support, and Affirm Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Expression in Children and Youth Judith M. Glassgold and Caitlin Ryan Chapter 5. The Role of Religion in Sexual Orientation Change Efforts and Gender Identity Change Efforts Thomas G. Plante III. Affirmative Approaches: Guidelines and Ethics Chapter 6. APA's Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients and Sexual Orientation Change Efforts: A Brief History Kristin A. Hancock and Douglas C. Haldeman Chapter 7. Using the APA Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients to Develop Trans-Affirming Counseling Environments Anneliese A. Singh, Raven K. Cokley, and Frank B. Gorritz Chapter 8. The Application of Ethical Principles, Standards, and Practices to Sexual Orientation Change Efforts and Gender Identity Change Efforts Linda F. Campbell IV. Affirmative Approaches: Advocacy and International Issues Chapter 9. A Review of U.S. Public Policy, Legislative, and Judicial Work on Conversion Efforts Melissa J. Grey, Sam Brinton, and Douglas C. Haldeman Chapter 10. Sexual Orientation Change Efforts and Gender Identity Change Efforts in International Contexts: Global Exports, Local Commodities Sharon G. Horne and Mallaigh McGinley Epilogue Douglas C. Haldeman
Douglas C. Haldeman, PhD, has nearly 40 years of experience working in the areas of sexual orientation change efforts (SOCE) and gender identity change efforts (GICE) in a multiplicity of roles. As a practitioner working with individuals recovering from the adverse effects of SOCE for 30 years, he gained a national reputation through his writings and presentations as an expert in the area of SOCE. He has presented lectures and workshops all over the world on the topic and has developed a treatment protocol for practitioners working with individuals who have been harmed in SOCE/GICE.

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