Same-Sex, Lies, and Videotape
Richard A. Cohen had a newsletter, and he had a plan.
Cohen had seen his controversial therapy program, through which he purports to help gay people live heterosexual lives, denounced by his peers. In 2002, he was expelled from the American Counseling Association. Still, there was at least one place the Bowie, Md.-based therapist thought his International Health Foundations program could find a home: schools.
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Since: Oct 10
#1 Feb 14, 2013
"Instead, he describes it as 'same-sex attraction,' which can be caused by, among other things,... low self-worth."
Utter bullsh!t. It is the acquiescence to someone else's desire that you change that is caused by feelings of "low self-worth." And he actually has the nerve to charge $200 for his snake-oil DVD. The worthless person here is Richard A. Cohen.
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