it seems that after a long and hard struggle "narth" has shut doors. Seems, that the passing away of the main architect of reparative therapy, Joseph Nicolosi, combined with relentless propaganda against the group took it's toll. However, Dr. Nicolosi's website is still functional and has a lot of material. Including this very interesting read about the APA takeover by the lgbt lobby. On the other hand, his son, Dr. Nicolosi Jr., continues the work under the heading of another transformative program, this time taking utmost caution to be politically correct without being practically useless: Reintegrative Therapy. Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy: new peer-reviewed pilot study documents Reintegrative Therapy’s® effect on binge eating disorder— indicating spontaneous decrease in binge eating, including thoughts, feelings, cravings and behaviors — all by resolving traumatic memories. --- Change is Possible The brain has the capacity to wire and re-wire itself, based on our life experiences. Neuroscience calls this "neuroplasticity." In the same vein, their published paper, reads that: RI focuses on resolving past trauma - which, in many cases, spontaneously results in a change in sexual orientation. They also feature a documentary film highlighting the plight of people suffering from unwanted SSA (for mature audience only) on their home page. Over the years I have perused quite a bit of their literature and it's very informative in a number of ways.