Soutien aux personnes ayant des attirances non désirées envers le même sexe et une identité sexuelle confuse
Many people experiencing such difficulties want help to overcome their feelings. This may be motivated by health problems, religious beliefs, or simply by personal preference. These people are currently neglected and denied access to services unless they accept these unwanted feelings. Many governments want to prohibit any counseling or therapy related to this issue. Because of the aggressive secular culture that has developed towards those who do not want to endorse homosexuality, or transsexual ideology, people have nowhere to go.
The IFTCC was created to help people find the support they want by giving them access to a « preferred list » of advisors. These advisers support the IFTCC’s guidelines and moral standing, as well as the goals and worldview of those seeking help. They value the autonomy of the customer.
We work with experienced practitioners around the world to make sure people have access to the support they need. We also exist to help foster collegiality and management networks that encourage professional, transparent and accountable services.Plus