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This evidence-based statement outlines why the APS strongly opposes any approach to psychological practice or research that treats lesbians, gay men, and bisexual people as disordered, and any approach that attempts to change an individual's sexual orientation.
The APS recommends psychological approaches to psychological practice or research that work to:
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The extended statement provides further guidance for practitioners on appropriate psychological practice when working with people who may experience distress due to their sexual orientation.
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