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Annotated List of References Concerning Sexual Orientation


Efforts to modify sexual orientation: A review of the outcome literature and ethical issues

Throckmorton, W. (1998). Efforts to modify sexual orientation: A review of the outcome literature and ethical issues. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 20, 283-304.


Do clients who have sexual orientation distress feel pressured into reorientation counseling?

The mental health professions continue to wrestle with the controversial issue of how to respond to clients wanting to modify sexual identity. Recent reports in peer-reviewed journals have advocated the use of sexual reorientation interventions, either via mental health counseling or religious ministry (Throckmorton, 2002a; Yarhouse & Throckmorton, 2002). Other writers continue to assert that such interventions are harmful to homosexually oriented clients and therefore should be discouraged or unavailable (Tozer & McClanahan, 1999; Schroeder & Shidlo, 2002).


Initial Empirical and Clinical Findings Concerning the Change Process for Ex-Gays

Throckmorton, W. (2002a). Initial empirical and clinical findings concerning the change process for ex-gays. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 33, 242-248.


 

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