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The 2022 Training Institute was a series of pre-recorded presentations all of which are eligible for continuing education credits for licensed mental health professionals. By registering you can access any of the presentations 24/7 and watch them as many times as you wish for 90 days from the date of purchase!

Our 2022 Featured Presentations

Rev. D. Paul Sullins, PhD -  Research Perspectives: Conversion therapy reduces suicide and Most same-sex oriented people eventually change.

The Rev. Donald Paul Sullins, Ph.D., taught sociology at Catholic University for 20 years before retiring in 2015 to devote himself to full-time research. He has written four books and over 150 journal articles, book chapters and research reports on issues of faith and culture, including in Social Forces, American Journal of Sociology, Demography, Sociology of Religion, Southern Medical Journal and JAMA Psychiatry.

Christopher Rosik, PhD - Sexual Orientation Change Efforts: Health association, sexual identity labeling and reports of change by engagement status.

Dr. Rosik is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Oregon and earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology.  He is currently a psychologist and director of research at Link Care Center in Fresno, California, as well as a clinical faculty member of Fresno Pacific University. He has published more than 45 articles in peer reviewed journals and has served as President of the Western Region of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies.

Logan Densley, LCSW - Building Connection to Facilitate "the Change of Lanes"

Logan is a Utah based therapist and a graduate of The University of Utah School of Social Work treating depression, marriage counseling, substance abuse, addiction, sexual addiction, pornography, and other addictive behaviors.

Victor D. Franco, LCAT - A Christian Approach to LGBT+ Identification and Art Psychotherapy 

Victor is a New York based Licensed Creative Arts Therapist. A graduate of Long Island University he uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques in conjunction with art therapy working with a wide range of ages ranging from children to adults and populations including domestic violence and sexual assault trauma, behavioral issues, LGBT+ issues, and more.

Call for Workshop Presentations for 2023



The Alliance for Therapeutic Choice holds an annual training institute in the fall of each year where licensed counselors, therapists, academics and other para-professionals can participate in a professional training program - open to all conference attendees -that leads to an Alliance Preferred Provider status for referral therapists and a similar recognition for students, new professionals, and non-referral clinicians. The faculty for the professional training program are selected by the Board of Directors from established Alliance member therapists, physicians, academics and researchers.


In addition, we invite all Alliance for Therapeutic Choice members to participate as a workshop presenter or discussion leader at the annual Training Institute on clinical, legal, sociological, research, health and other related issues concerning various aspects of human sexuality, addictions, pornography, homosexuality, etc.

To apply to be a 2023 Training Institute presenter (July, 31, 2023 deadline):


1. You must be an Alliance Partner member in good standing.

2. Provide a proposed workshop topic, an outline of the workshop content, and the proposed learning format (lecture, video presentation, panel discussion, etc.) along with any audio visual needs.

3. Include a brief professional biography and personal photo.

4. Describe briefly the learning objectives (what would someone learn, understand or gain) for those who attend.

Want to know more about the Alliance Training Institute? Check out some of the information below about past keynote speakers and conferences!

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