Of Shoes, and Ships, and Sealing Wax: The Faulty and Specious Assumptions of Sexual Reorientation Therapies

Schreier, Barry A.
October 1998
Journal of Mental Health Counseling;Oct98, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p305
Academic Journal
Presents a study which examined the work of Warren Throckmorton's assumption in his article `Efforts to Modify Sexual Orientation: A Review of Outcome Literature and Ethical Issues,' from the same issue of the `Journal of Mental Health Counselling.' Comments on his assumption of reorientation therapy; Different stance to Thockmorton's article; Problems underlying reorientation therapies.


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