News Release – 19th November 2019
IFTCC Declaration 2019 Released
The IFTCC today published a new declaration seeking to protect the rights of those choosing to walk away from sexual experiences and practices they find unfulfilling, and upholding their freedom to live according to the values and beliefs that bring them happiness.
Read the full document here:
IFTCC Declaration 2019 – English
News Release – 3rd July 2019
Critical analysis of the Ozanne Foundation’s “Faith and Sexuality Survey 2018”
The IFTCC has today released an in-depth critical analysis of the Ozanne Foundation’s “Faith and Sexuality Survey 2018”.
The document also includes an analysis of how mainstream media published and promoted this work without adequate critical balance.
According to Professor Walter Schumm: “The FSS needs to be interpreted in a larger, historical context of the ‘weaponization’ of science conducted in order to promote certain political or legal objectives”.
Download the Critical analysis of the “Faith and Sexuality Survey 2018”:
Interview with Mike Davidson about the document
News Release – 7th June 2019
IFTCC Letter to US Ambassador
On Friday 7th June 2019 a group led by IFTCC Chairman Mike Davidson visited the US Embassy in London to hand deliver a letter of concern to US Ambassador Johnson, from the IFTCC. The letter raised objections to the proposed Equality Act (2019) USA approved by the House of Representatives and continuing on its journey towards Senate approval. Read the letter here.
News Release – 15th October 2018
IFTCC Responds to the UK Government’s Intended Ban on Therapeutic Choice
The IFTCC has released their official response to the UK government’s intended ban on therapeutic choice for unwanted same-sex attraction and gender confusions. Read or download the full document.
News Release – 11th October 2018
Global experts in unwanted sexual and gender issues to launch international federation in London
Leading therapists who provide expert support for clients with unwanted issues of sexuality and gender are to meet in London this month to launch The International Federation for Therapeutic and Counselling Choice (IFTCC).
The event, followed by therapists from across the globe, will gather in Central London on Monday 15th October 2018 to hear a range of expert speakers.
Academics and practitioners representing different professional bodies will defend the rights of individuals to seek and to provide counselling support for those wishing to leave homosexual practices and gender confusions. They will also offer perspective on the UK Government’s recent National LGBT Research Report and 2018 LGBT Action Plan. These documents label counselling help in this area as “abhorrent” and state the government’s intention to ban therapeutic practice in this area. The IFTCC’s web presence will also be launched and is available at www.iftcc.org
Paediatric Endocrinologist Dr Quentin Van Meter, who is also Vice President of the American College of Pediatricians (ACPeds) and an international speaker, will address the issue of transgender medicine. ACPeds is a national organisation of paediatricians and other healthcare professionals dedicated to the health and well-being of children. He will be supported by Dr Christl Vonholdt, a retired German paediatrician, and Vice Chairman of the IFTCC.
Other speakers include American Psychological Association (APA) member and licensed psychologist Dr Laura Haynes, who has over 40 years clinical practice experience and is the Chair of Research and Legislative Policy for the National Task Force for Therapy Equality, and a Consultant for ACPeds. Dr Haynes is a former regional president of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies, and has lobbied and testified before legislative committee hearings in several states in the USA.
Dr Haynes will be accompanied by licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, David Pickup, who serves in counselling practices in California and Texas. He leads a National Taskforce for Therapy Equality and has campaigned nationally in support of the rights and freedoms for those offering counselling help, and for those seeking help for unwanted sexual feelings and gender confusions.
See full news release below: IFTCC Press release 11th Oct 2018 (PDF)