We are pleased to announce that our Counselor Training Program is now available on CD in a beautiful 16-disc set accompanied by a 180-page manual. This program is for therapists, counselors, ministry leaders, and coaches who wish to assist those who experience same-sex attraction (SSA) and their family members. Over the past 25 years, we have had tremendous success helping men and women resolve their unwanted SSA and fulfill their heterosexual potential. We have also developed an effective plan for their family members to accompany their loved ones by creating greater love and intimacy.

Counselor Training Program: 16-Disc CD Set+Manual

SKU: 671253175371
  • This is the first of its kind Counselor Training Program in the world! 

    Once a five-day training series, this groundbreaking and comprehensive therapeutic protocol is now available in a 16-disc CD Series, accompanied by a 180-page manual. The Counselor Training Program CD series is for therapists, clergy, ministry leaders, and coaches who wish to assist those who experience unwanted same-sex attraction (SSA) and their loved ones.

    Psychotherapist, educator and author Richard Cohen has counseled and successfully helped hundreds of men and women transition from a homosexual to a heterosexual orientation over the past twenty-seven years. Additionally, he has assisted hundreds of parents in restoring relationships with their SSA loved ones. In this landmark training series, he shares the “how tos" of implementing these two groundbreaking protocols: 1) assisting those with unwanted SSA, and 2) helping their family members. 

    Topics include:

    • Identifying what we believe are the basic causes of same-sex attraction (SSA) 
    • Developing a comprehensive treatment plan for healing
    • Successful therapeutic strategies for each stage in the treatment plan
    • Affirmations for creating a healthy sense of gender identity
    • Assisting clients in establishing heterosexual friendships and mentors
    • Protocol for group therapy and support groups
    • Preparing former SSA men and women for dating
    • Working with families and the religious community
    • Sucessful strategies for parents with SSA children
    • Taking care of the caregiver to prevent burnout 
    • How to do effective media interviews


    International Orders

    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.

  • Richard Cohen, with his keen sensitivity and ability to empower and transform lives, is just phenomenal. Being a part of the training, responding to, and helping persons with same-sex attraction has revolutionized and empowered my ministry tremendously. The content of this training was consistent with the Word, a courageous Work, and challeneged my Will.

    —Pastor Anthony Moore, Carolina Missionary Baptist Church 


    No one today has more practical, real-life experience helping individuals overcome unwanted same-sex attraction than Richard Cohen. I have applied techniques and ides that I've learned from Richard with great success as I've worked with life-coaching clients and groups. His instruction and mentoring are invaluable.

    —Rich Wyler, Founder and Director, People Can Change


    I am so blessed to have participated in the first training for certification as a Sexual Reorientation Coach with the International Healing Foundation. I feel it has thoroughly prepared me to deal with clients in this sensitive area. Comprehensive in scope, sensitive in appraoch, and detailed in methodology, this course will untangle the nuances of counseling the struggler with unwanted SSA. As more therapists become familiar with this course, many SSA strugglers who have been disappointed with traditional therapeutic approaches will obrtain the help they need to progress in the difficult journey towards personal wholeness and heterosexuality.

    —Keith Venum, M.D., LMHC