NARTH

AcronymDefinition
NARTHNational Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality
NARTHNational Association for Research and Treatment of Homosexuality (now National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality; est. 1992)
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There is no scientific evidence whatsoever (as shown by the NARTH Report "What Research Shows") to show that homosexuality is immutable.
In its statement on SOCE, NARTH announced its commitment to protect its clients' rights to seek change to their unwanted same-sex attractions, as well as the rights of therapists to provide this care.
Furthermore, the vast majority of SOCE therapists are generally affiliated with larger organizations (191) (of which JONAH and NARTH are examples) and several targeted and successful license revocation proceedings against members of these organizations might be able to quickly destabilize the broader network and infrastructure of SOCE practitioners.
NARTH's faith-based counterpart was Exodus International, a
Even organizations such as NARTH now concede that only those homosexuals who sincerely want to change their sexual orientation are capable of doing so.
Its client list now includes the Texas Municipal League, Narth Carolina Municipal League, Muskegan Caunty, Michigan, and the Arkansas Municipal League and Arkansas Emplayers Health Caalltlan.
He has also attempted to draw the attention of CBC readers to the National Association of Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH), an organization backed by an array of distinguished psychiatrists that offers assistance to people struggling with an attraction to homosexuality.
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By their own account, they are "a professional, scientific organization that offers hope to those who struggle with unwanted homosexuality." On their home-page NARTH states, "As an organization, we disseminate educational information, conduct and collect scientific research, promote effective therapeutic treatment, and provide referrals to those who seek our assistance."
Joseph Nicolosi, the co-founder of the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH), argues that gay people are just heterosexuals with a "homosexual problem" that can, with treatment, be overcome.
Forty-five (38.5%) were from non-religious/non-denominational organizations (e.g., NARTH) and twenty-four (20.5%) were from ex-gay ministries and religious organizations (e.g., EXODUS)
An alternative response is to consider these feelings as a treatable disease and to attempt to treat the child by reprogramming, as depicted by Joseph Nicolosi and colleagues at National Association of Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH) (http://www.narth.com/menus/ officers.html).