Did you know that, although homosexuality has not been considered a mental disorder since 1973, many families still struggle with coming to terms with this when someone in their family comes out? There are actually many therapists who specialize in dealing with the conflicts that arise in LGBT relationships. This isn’t just about dating, but also about parents and children understanding each other in a way that is healthy and supportive. If you think you or your family might need LGBT therapy, then here are some basic things you should know.
1. Anti Gay Therapy is Not Legitimate
If you’re looking for therapy, there is a chance you are seeking conversion therapy. If this is the case, you should be warned that some states now ban gay conversation therapy for minors. The American Psychiatric