Ex-gay Clients of Reparative therapy
My name is Father Bob and I am a 41-year-old Catholic priest who is in residence in a diocese. It was about a month after the passing of my dad when I decided to contact Dr. Joe.
“I was the quintessential kid that was set up for homosexuality on several levels. I didn't identify well with my gender, growing up, for various reasons.”
My name is Bill and I was in therapy with Dr. Nicolosi for about three years. I’m now in my fifties and I’m an orthopedic surgeon.
Five men were recruited from the Thomas Aquinas Psychological Clinic while in reparative therapy for issues related to unwanted same-sex Attraction (SSA).
The student has struggled personally with same-sex attractions. In this letter, he seeks to educate his professor about the unmet developmental needs that lay the foundation for homosexual attraction.
My name is Tom and I am in my fifties. For a long time I had this uncertainty about my sexuality. This came from a combination of things: comments from other people, and questions I had about myself.
There was shame around my homosexual behaviors and I wanted a place to go where I felt safe to confide with some expert who could help me.
The therapy changed my whole mentality for the better. When I started therapy I saw myself as lower than other people, especially when it came to guys.
I pursued therapy with Dr. Nicolosi because my sexual life needed special attention and I wanted the best I could find.
When I entered therapy, I had reached a breaking point in my life.
My name is Paul, and I am 27 years old. I started therapy three years ago and terminated about two months ago.
My name is Dan and I’m 16 years old. I was in therapy with Dr. Nicolosi for about 6-7 months.
My name is Mohammed and I am 28 years old. I am a graduate student living in Cairo. I found Dr. Nicolosi on the Internet at a time when my life was really dark, really painful. I could not stand my same-sex attractions.