Exorcism as psychiatric treatment: A homosexual case study
A case of exorcism as apparently successful treatment for transsexualism has previously been reported. The actual procedure in a similar case of exorcism by a psychiatrist is reported, together with details of the outcome and a discussion of theoretical, applied, and ethical aspects of the case.
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