Is the aim of therapy really to get clients to think "clearly and objectively" about values and beliefs? I see my therapeutic role as helping clients to achieve change and/or acceptance, as defined by the client's goals (not mine). I would not want to work from a prior assumption that clients' religious beliefs are wrong, unobjective and need to be changed. There may be ways of incorporating clients' religion, such as acknowledging acceptance of different forms of sexual expression within their own religion.
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