Articles in Research
By Joesph Nicolosi, Ph.D.
Reparative Therapy posits two fundamentally distinct self-states in unwanted same-sex attraction (SSA) for males: The Assertive Self- State within which the client finds his true self, and the Shame Self-State within which …
Joseph Nicolosi, Ph.D.
Dual-Gender Parenting for Optimal Child Development
By A. Dean Byrd
Dr. Neil Whitehead Video
The Sexually Transmitted Diseases home page of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
(http://www.cdc.gov/std/?source=govdelivery ) has a lot of information which you and your clients may
As in previous studies, identical twins usually differ for SSA.
By N.E. Whitehead, Ph.D.
Twin studies are favorites of mine because of the potential light they throw on the origins of same-sex attractions (SSA). The latest one …
by William L. Dreikorn, D. Min., Ph.D.
This article is a summary of Dr. Dreikorn’s doctoral dissertation, U.S. International University, 1998. His study reveals the classic male homosexual family background in a majority of the respondents. …
July 16, 2007 – The Advocate magazine (January 30, 2007) described the problem with depression that MSMs (Men who have Sex with Men) have as it relates to the use of the drug Ecstasy.
According to the Advocate, …
July 30, 2007 – A report published by All Africa Global Media on July 23, cites NARTH Scientific Advisory Committee member Jeffrey Satinover, Ph.D. about the causes of same-sex attractions and behaviors.
The report attempts to define …
October 22, 2007 – A report in the San Francisco Chronicle (October 13, 2007) notes that several Kaposi’s Sarcoma (KS) cases have emerged in the city among long-term HIV positive individuals.
Fifteen patients are being treated …