This book if for:
1. those who struggle with SSA
2. those who have loved ones with SSA
3. therapists and ministry leaders looking to help those with SSA
Coming Out Straight CD Series
This CD Series is for those who struggle with unwanted same-sex attraction (SSA), their loved ones, and the therapists and ministry leaders who wish to assist them.
In this groundbreaking Coming Out Straight CD/MP3 teaching series read and taught by Richard Cohen, you will learn about the potential causes of same-sex attraction, the four stages of resolving unwanted SSA, and guidance for family members and friends. Laced throughout the CD/MP3 series are powerful stories of transformation, some read by Cohen and others presented by the men and women themselves.
This landmark CD Series contains new information about the process of change, new insights about the meaning and causes of SSA, and new stories of transformation. A bonus disc is included with tracks from the Counselor Training Program on:
- 1) Causes and solutions for masturbation
- 2) How to share about one's SSA with straight friends and family members
- 3) Healing power of healthy touch
- 4) Preparing for dating.
If you live outside the USA, we need to add international postage and handling charges to your order. To make it less expensive, we suggest you either order the MP3 digital download version (see Digital Downloads under the Resource section) or E-book version available through Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Thank you.
"In this self-help book, ex-gay psychotherapist Cohen writes for gays and lesbians who want to transition to heterosexuality. His comprehensive, well-written, well-organized, and heavily referenced guide views homosexuality as a symptom of disrupted affiliation with the same-sex parent and incomplete feelings of maleness/femaleness, building on the theories of Joseph Nicolosi and Elizabeth Moberly. Cohen's approach is sympathetic and rational and leans mostly on psychosocial factors, but he also assumes nondenominational religious affiliation."
—The Library Journal, July 2001