Excellent news...If someone wishes to receive this therapy, they should be able to. It is NOT up to the state to pass judgement on the therapy. They are just trying to promote homosexuality as much as possible.
A federal judge has temporarily barred California from enforcing its ban on reparative therapy for children and teens. California is the first state to place restrictions on reparative therapy, which is designed to help people with same-sex attraction fight their homosexual urges and develop healthy relationships with the opposite sex. Homosexual activists claim the therapy harms same-sex attracted youth by making them feel as if their sexual urges are bad or wrong, leading them to depression or even suicide.
Three therapists in California sued to overturn the ban, arguing it violates their constitutional right to free speech. The plaintiffs in the case are psychiatrist Anthony Duk, marriage and family therapist Donald Welch, and Aaron Bitzer, who underwent reparative therapy himself and is now studying to become a counselor to help others overcome same-sex attraction.