THE INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THERAPEUTIC AND COUNSELLING CHOICE
Equipping, Empowering, Promoting, Advocating:
Therapeutic Choice and Pastoral Care – Internationally
…within the Judeo-Christian context
Turning the Tide
Cross-Discipilinary Approaches to Sexuality and Gender
27-29th October 2023 | Eastern Poland
Turning the Tide indicates our interest in exploring together the growing recognition that banning therapeutic choice, denying the rights of autonomous individuals to decide their own trajectory of sexual identity, and the vilification of those supporting those seeking transformation of behaviours and attractions, is both unhelpful and damaging.
Once again speakers from Europe, the Americas, Asia and Australasia will come together to share the latest research initiatives and best practise. The conference is intended for IFTCC adherents but those who we have not yet met who are interested in attending can contact us here.
Joseph Nicolosi speaks to Mike Davidson
The Sexual Revolution: Equipping Pastoral Carers at GAFCON IV
Introducing Core Issues Trust
Barclays pays over £20,000 in compensation to Christian charity
Rosaria Butterfield Reflects on Therapeutic Choice
Transgender in the UK - A Personal Story - Andrea Williams
Dr Van Meter: The Terrible Fraud of Transgender Medicine
Piers Morgan Challenges Doctor's Claims That Homosexuality is an 'Aberration' | Good Morning Britain
In full: Why this man offers gay 'conversion therapy' and thinks it shouldn’t be banned | ITV News
Mike Davidson debates freedom to seek therapy for unwanted same sex attraction
NEWS and STORIES
IFTCC’s Mike Davidson at the Third International Symposium of World Child and Family Protection Platform, Istanbul
The IFTCC Learning Curriculum 2023-24
2023 9th Annual Conference Programme Released
who we are
The IFTCC exists to support providers who help those experiencing unwanted relational and sexual behaviours, attractions and patterns, or are confused with their gender or wish to de-transition. We are developing a worldwide network of highly-skilled practitioners, counsellors, therapists and allied professionals who offer research-based, scientifically grounded practise, and we are dedicated to maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards. We offer Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to maintain our Professional Register.
The IFTCC seeks to promote a caring, non-judgemental training environment where people supporting those who choose to move away from their unwanted feelings, behaviours, attractions and gender incongruence can find the support they’re seeking. We are also concerned to offer collegial support to those who support these clients through and a range of Memberships.
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We support the rights of those leaving LGBTQ+ identities, behaviours, attractions and life-choices. DO YOU?
Enter iftcc learning
IFTCC Learning serves the IFTCC as its public education body. It is led by the IFTCC Education and Training Advisory Council, chaired by Professor Carolyn Pela and managed by Dr Mike Davidson.
Use the IFTCC Archive
The editorial board of the Journal of Human Sexuality (JHS) invite contributions from writers, researchers and IFTCC supporters to contribute to this important initiative.
How We Build Our Community
We acknowledge first, IFTCC Senior Fellows who by merit and standing hold the highest level of IFTCC recognition.
*by invitation only
By invitation, IFTCC Fellows are senior members of the register, achieved through qualification and experience – distinguished from Senior Fellows by longevity expected of Senior Fellows.
*by invitation only
IFTCC Members hold professional recognition in their field, and are typically seeking to develop expertise in the field. They seek to benefit from the collegiality found within the IFTCC and from training opportunities provided by the organisation.
Are typically in training, and request benefit from ongoing supervision and are trainee therapists or counsellors. Usually they are not licensed or part of a mental health body except as forming part of a trainee register of such professional bodies.
Those members in this category do not hold recognised professional qualifications in counselling, therapy or pastoral care but nevertheless reflect a high level of interest, facility and experience in serving the population group with which the IFTCC concerns itself.
An IFTCC Organisational Associate is a formal association between like-minded independent organisations and the IFTCC, sharing values and practice principles, consistent with the IFTCC Practice and Ethical Guidelines (PEG) Document.
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First of all, do no harm.
Hyppocrates, The Physician’s Oath, Circa, 400 B.C.