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World leaders in psychotherapy and theology address conference to challenge myths about same-sex attraction

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Important national conferences addressed by world-renowned practitioners in therapy for 'ex-gay and post-gay' people, are to be held in London and Belfast in June.  

The aim of the conferences, organised by the Christian charity, Core Issues Trust, is to expose and overcome "unscientific prejudice" against therapeutic help for men and women who want to move away from homosexual practices and feelings.

The conference speakers will be American Psychological Association (APA) Member, clinical psychologist and President of the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH), Dr Christopher Rosik; the CEO of Restored Hope Network, Anne Paulk, herself a former lesbian; Associate Professor at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Professor Robert Gagnon; and Andrea Williams, CEO of the Christian Legal Centre which supports Core Issues Trust.
London Conference:
Friday 13th June, 10.30am - 5pm The Emmanuel Centre in Marsham St, London, Westminster SW1P 3DW

Northern Ireland Conference:
Saturday 14th June, 10am - 5pm Venue: Ballynahinch Baptist Church, near Belfast

Click here for more information and to book your place >


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