IFTCC | Learning
Promoting, Advocating: Therapeutic Choice
Focusing on the SAFE-T Protocol (Sexual Attraction Fluidity Exploration in Therapy) within the Judeo-Christian Context
About The IFTCC Conference
Every year the IFTCC Conference brings together the best minds in the field of change-allowing therapy work. Experts in the fields of Clinical Practise, Pastoral Care and what we call Additional Helping Roles (for example, lawyers and teachers) deliver presentations. Those who attend the conferences have free access to the full teaching curriculum of the event. Those who didn’t attend the conference can access the same material by selecting a preferred package from below. The IFTCC Education and Training Council will shortly announce what awards are possible on successful completion of a range of courses.
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Philosophy and Anthropology
The study of humanity: behaviour, biology, psychology, cultures, society and linguistics, past and present and how we articulate these philosophically.
Clinical Therapy and Counselling
The identification, analysis and treatment of emotional, behavioural and sometimes metal illness issues by trained or licensed professionals.
Medical and Diagnostic Aspects
Recognising diagnosis as detecting, identifying and monitoring malfunction, disorder or disease as having important implications for care, research and social policy.
Ethics and Guidelines
Considering good practice and the ethical issues of care, research and social policy for counsellors, psychotherapists and pastoral care workers.
Discerning ‘enquiry’ versus ‘advocacy’ research in protecting ideological diversity and avoiding viewpoint discrimination using defined methodology and clear goals.
Culture & Society
Examining beliefs, practices, learned behaviours and moral practices passed on to those who share a common culture for the purpose of protecting and preserving rights and freedoms.
Media-Communication and Advocacy
Developing creative, strategic information-management and communication in multi- and social media contexts with honesty and for the purpose of protecting freedoms.
Law and Therapeutic Choice
Exposing malevolence intent on denying personal autonomy and removing therapeutic choice for individuals seeking change-allowing therapies and pastoral support.
Education and Family
Preserving freedom of conscience and the right of families to educate their children according to Judeo-Christian values and the right to receive such teaching.
Developing emotional, social and spiritual support for Christian believers who reject secular humanism, Queer Theory and the normalisation of sexual anarchy and gender confusion.
About IFTCC LEARNING
1. Further training for qualified counsellors and psychotherapists seeking to upskill their existing knowledge in the field;
2. Specific knowledge, current best-practise, research findings and understanding of the field of counselling and psychotherapy for those seeking to leave LGBT identities and practices;
3. Pastoral carers and persons of other helping disciplines with a structured approach to care, including the knowledge of when to refer persons to mental health professional services.
First of all, do no harm.
– Hyppocrates, The Physician’s Oath, Circa, 400 B.C.