Image:  The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies last week formally expressed regret for the field’s past involvement in what’s now known as conversion therapy. But the written apology—which acknowledged that therapists continued to study conversion therapy in LGBTQ people even after the American Psychiatric Association first said in 1973 that same-sex attraction was not a disorder, and after the association passed a similar resolution a year later—fell short for...

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