THE JOURNALS

Volume 10- 2019

Special Section: Religious and Spiritual Issues among Clients with Unwanted SSA

Julie H. Hamilton & Philip J. Henry, Working with Evangelical Christian Clients Who Have Unwanted Same-Sex Attractions

Philip M. Sutton, Serving Persons with (Unwanted) Same-Sex Attraction and Behavior (SSA) from the Roman Catholic Tradition

 
Papers and Research Reviews

Joanna Szydłowska & Jozef Szopiński, The Man’s Contribution in Forming His Own Sexual Identity

Christopher H. Rosik, Perspectives from the Front Lines of Therapy Ban Conflicts: An  Interview with Peter Sprigg and Greg Burt

Neil E. Whitehead, Publication and Retraction of the Santero, Whitehead, Ballesteros (2018) Study: A First-Hand Account

Christopher H. Rosik, A Research Review of Ryan et al.’s Parent-initiated Sex Orientation Change Efforts with LGBT Adolescents: Implications for Young Adult Mental Health  and Adjustment

Christopher H, Rosik, A Research Review of Gartrell et al.’s Sex Attraction, Sexual Identity,  and Same-Sex Experiences of Adult Offspring in U.S. National Longitudinal Lesbian Family Study
 
Book Reviews:

Keith Vennum, A Review of The Un-affirmed Core: Understanding the Factors behind and around Homosexuality

Keith Vennum, A Summary and Analysis of The War on Psychotherapy: When Sexual  Politics, Gender Ideology, and Mental Health Collide

Walter R. Schumm, A Review of Same-Sex Marriage and Children: A Tale of History,  Social Science, and Law

Volume 9 - 2018

Practice Guidelines

Guidelines for the Practice of Sexual Attraction Fluidity Exploration in Therapy

Papers:

Joseph Nicolosi, Jr., Resolving Trauma and Addiction: The Reintegrative Protocol

Andrew Rodriquez, Surviving Gay Activism in Graduate School: A First-Person Account

Research Reviews:

Christopher H. Rosik, Preparing the Foundation for the Curtailment of Religious Liberty: New Research Targets Conservative Religious Beliefs on Same-sex Sexuality

Christopher H. Rosik, Recently Published Research Counters Claims of Widespread Harm and Ineffectiveness of Sexual Attraction Fluidity Exploration in Therapy (SAFE-T)

Book Reviews:

Philip M. Sutton & Michelle Cretella, A Review and Summary of Walter Schumm's Same-sex Parenting Research: A Critical Assessment

Philip M. Sutton, A Review and Analysis of Understanding Gender Dysphoria: Navigating Transgender Issues in a Changing Culture by Mark A. Yarhouse

Volume 8 - 2017

Alliance Statement on SAFE-T

Papers:

Christopher H. Rosik, A Tale of Two Task Forces: Evidence of a Growing Diversity Problem within Psychology?

Nathan A. Solomon, Joanne: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with a Homosexual Woman

Józef Szopinski, Family Determinants of Homosexuality: A Case Study

Christopher H. Rosik, In Their Own Words: Therapists Who Support a Client’s Right to Explore  Sexual Attraction Fluidity Respond to Questions Posed by Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual  Therapists

 

Book Review:

Keith Vennum, How Did He Do It? A Review of Overcoming Homosexuality by Robert  Kronemeyer 

Film Review:

Silke Edelmann, A Review and Summary of the Documentary: Voices of the Silenced: Experts, Evidences and Ideology (Directed by Michael R. Davidson) 

 

Volume 7 - 2015 and 2016

Research Review:

Christopher H. Rosik, The Quiet Death of Sexual Orientation Immutability: How Science Loses When Political Advocacy Win

 

Papers:

Joseph Nicolosi, What Freud Really Said about Homosexuality and Why

Ivan Poljaković and Goran Dodig, Gender Theory Flaws 

Christopher H. Rosik, My Conversation with a Typical Opponent of Professional Therapies That Include Change 

Neil E. Whitehead, Are Gay / Lesbian Relationships Really as Short as They Seem? 

 

Book Review:

Carolyn Pela, A Review and Summary of the Book: Gender Hurts: A Feminist Analysis of the Politics of Transgenderism, by Sheila Jeffreys

 

Volume 6 - 2014

Papers:

Joseph Nicolosi, A Call for the American Psychological Association to Recognize the Client with Unwanted Same-Sex Attractions

Christopher H. Rosik, The Reincarnation of Shidlo and Shroeder (2002): New Studies Introduce Anti-SOCE Advocacy Research to the Next Generation

Philip M. Sutton, Possible Factors in the Development of Same-Sex Attraction (SSA)

Neil E. Whitehead, Prenatal Hormones Are Only a Minor Contributor to Male Brain Structure in Humans

 

Book Reviews:

Christopher H. Rosik, Book Review of James E. Phelan’s Successful Outcomes of Sexual Orientation Change Efforts: An Annotated Bibliography

 

Documents in Defense of Client and Therapist Rights:

International Federation for Therapeutic Choice (October 4, 2013),  IFTC Written Intervention at OSCE/ODIHR 2013 Human Dimension Implementation Meeting—Warsaw, Poland .

Christopher H. Rosik, The Alliance and NARTH Institute Response to the WMA Statement on Natural Variations of Human Sexuality

Philip M. Sutton, What Research Does and Does Not Say about the Possibility of Experiencing “Harm” by Persons Who Receive Therapeutic Support for Unwanted Same-Sex Attractions or “Sexual Orientation Change Efforts (SOCE)”.

 

Volume 5 - 2013

Papers:

Carolyn Pela, Narrative Therapy and Women with Same-Sex Attraction (SSA): Claiming Lost Stories

The Impact of Neurophysiologic Development on the Regulation and the Management of Homosexual Impulses

Neil E. Whitehead, Is First Same-Sex Attraction a Developmental Milestone?

 

Book Review:

Philip M. Sutton and Robert L. Vazzo, What Did Make Me Do It? A Review and Summary of Neil Whitehead and Briar Whitehead’s My Genes Made Me Do It!—Homosexuality and the Scientific Evidence

 

Documents in Defense of Client and Therapist Rights

Christopher H. Rosik, California Senate Bill 1172: A Scientific and Legislative Travesty—A Look at the Bill’s Misuse of Science.

Christopher H. Rosik, Fact-Checking California Senate Bill 1172—Serious Inaccuracies and Distortions Abound: Are Politicians Willing to Listen?

Christopher H. Rosik, The (Complete) Lack of a Scientific Basis for Banning Sexual-Orientation Change Efforts (SOCE) with Minors.

International Federation for Therapeutic Choice (October 1, 2012). IFTC Intervention at OSCE/ODIHR 2012 Human Dimension Implementation Meeting—Warsaw, Poland.

Christopher H. Rosik, Countering a One-Sided Representation of Science: NARTH Provides the “Rest of the Story” for Legal Efforts to Challenge Antisexual Orientation Change Efforts (SOCE) Legislation

 

Volume 4 - 2012

Papers:

Douglas A. Abbott and Michelle Cretella, At Risk: Single Young Women Having Nonmarital

James E. Phelan, Arthur Goldberg, and Christopher Doyle, A Critical Evaluation of the Report of the Task Force on Appropriate Therapeutic Responses to Sexual Orientation, Resolutions, and Press Release

Christopher H. Rosik, Psychological Practice with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients: A Review of the American Psychological Association’s 2012 Guidelines

Did the American Psychological Association’s Report on Appropriate Therapeutic Responses to Sexual Orientation Apply its Research Standards Consistently? A Preliminary Examina

 

Book Reviews

Mary Beth Patton and Carolyn Pela, review of Janelle M. Hallman’s The Heart of Female Same Sex Attraction: A Comprehensive Counseling Resource

Neil E.Whitehead, Book Review of Simon LeVay’s Gay, Straight and the Reason Why

 

Statements:

IFTC Intervention at the 2011 OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting

NARTH Statement on Sexual Orientation Change

Official NARTH Statement on SB 1172—Sexual Orientation Change Efforts (SOCE)

NARTH BULLETIN (May 31, 2012): Spitzer’s “Retraction”: What Does It Really Mean?

 

Volume 3 - 2011

PAPERS:

A. Dean Byrd, Homosexual Couples and Parenting: What Science Can and Cannot Say Walter R. Schumm, Child Outcomes Associated with Lesbian Parenting: Comments on Biblarz and Stacey’s 2010 Report

Neil E. Whitehead, Neither Genes nor Choice: Same-Sex Attraction Is Mostly a Unique Reaction to Environmental Factors Neil E. Whitehead, Sociological Studies Show Social Factors Produce Adult

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

Mary Beth Patton, Janelle M. Hallman, and Shirley E. Cox of Lisa M. Diamond’s Sexual Fluidity: Understanding Women’s Love and Desire 

Neil E. Whitehead of Cheryl Weill’s Nature’s Choice: What Science Reveals About the Biological Origins of Sexual Orientation

 

OFFICIAL STATEMENTS:

NARTH response to American Psychological Association (APA) 2009 Task Force Report—November 12, 2009

NARTH response to the American Psychological Association (APA) Public Interest Directorate Public Comment Solicitation Program First Round Concerning APA’s Proposed Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients—April 30, 2010

A formal response to the Report of the American Psychological Association Task Force on Appropriate Therapeutic Responses to Sexual Orientation By The National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH)—May 4, 2010

NARTH letter to Professor Sir Michael G. Marmot, President, British Medical Association—June 30, 2010

 

Volume 2 - 2010

PAPERS:

Douglas A. Abbott, Behavioral Genetics and Homosexuality

A. Dean Byrd, Dual-Gender Parenting for Optimal Child Development

Neil E.Whitehead, Homosexuality and Co-Morbidities: Research and Therapeutic Implications

 

The Alliance for Therapeutic Choice and Scientific Integrity - Practice Guidelines

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

Michelle A. Cretella and Arthur Goldberg of Miriam Grossman’s You’re Teaching My Child What? A Physician Exposes the Lies of Sex Ed and How They Harm Your Child

James E. Phelan, Arthur Goldberg, and Paul Popper of Joseph J. Nicolosi’s Shame and Attachment Loss: The Practical Work of Reparative Therapy

Christopher H. Rosik of J. S. McIhaney and F. M. Bush’s Hooked: New Science on How Casual Sex Is Affecting Our Children

 

Volume 1  - 2009

What Research Shows: NARTH’s Response to the APA Claims on Homosexuality

A Report of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality

James E. Phelan, Psy. D.

Neil Whitehead, Ph.D.

Philip M. Sutton, Ph.D

 

Three Claims by the APA

I. Response to APA Claim: There Has Been No Conclusive or Convincing Evidence That Sexual Orientation May Be Changed Through Reorientation Therapy

II. Response to APA Claim: Efforts to Change Sexual Orientation Are Harmful and Can Lead to Greater Self-Hatred, Depression, and Other Self-Destructive Behaviors

III. Response to APA Claim: There Is No Greater Pathology in the Homosexual Population Than in the General Population

IV. Responses from the APA to NARTH

Summary Narrative and References

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