IFTCC Conference 2021 – Hungary

Supporting and Counselling those leaving LGBT Identities and Behaviours

How can we safeguard basic human rights to live in harmony with our deeply held beliefs and values – when therapeutic choice is under threat? What are the legal challenges? What is the role of research? Science confirms that same-sex attractions and transgender conditions are not simply inborn. Relational trauma may have a significant impact on the development of personal and sexual identity. It is becoming increasingly difficult for strugglers to find appropriate, evidence-based, accountable support. There is a great need for professionally sound and ethically grounded, research- based modalities of therapy and counselling. Our conference will look at several approaches and possibilities through a wide range of talks, workshops, discussion and networking.

More about the speakers and their presentations here.

X-Out-Loud: Emerging Ex-LGBT Voices


X Out Loud book

Buy the book featuring 44 unique stories from 22 countries of men and women leaving LGBT identities. This collection of testimonies proves that change becomes possible when we encounter the risen Saviour.


The UK Heroes film

“The UK Heroes” is a unique collection of seven life stories of men and women leaving LGBT in the UK: Simon, Kiran, Sam, Libby, Christian, Tia, Rob. Their life experience and worldview challenges the status quo and the mainstream narrative on human sexuality and development. These individuals have their own personal goals and dreams in life. Leaving LGBT meant that they can be one step closer to realising their vision for life.

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“The UK Heroes” – Leaving LGBT, Challenging Censorship & Discrimination