So-called ‘conversion therapy’, sometimes referred to as ‘conversion practices’, includes all actions that intend to change, ‘cure’, or suppress an individual or group of individuals’ sexual or romantic orientation and/or gender identity.
Regardless of how someone is trying to change, cure or suppress who you are – you do not have to face it alone.
Find out more about so-called ‘conversion therapy’, what it can look like and how it can happen.Find out more
There’s no ‘right’ way to feel if you’ve been a victim of conversion therapy.Find out more
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Worried about yourself, or someone you know?
If you, or someone you know is experiencing so-called ‘conversion therapy’, or if you think you, or someone else, might be at risk, you can get in touch with us for support and advice. Speak to one of our helpline advisors – you can remain anonymous if you wish.Get help now