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Topic - David Pickup
"I myself am a former SOCE client," said Mr. Pickup, president of the International Institute of Reorientation Therapies. "I haven't just experienced behavioral change. I have experienced in my life actual, emotional change."
Many people have been "helped immeasurably" by these therapies, Mr. Pickup told the lawmakers, going on to ask, "Are you going to marginalize and discriminate against" them by restricting or banning these therapies?