P.O. Box 653
Tustin, CA 92781
Dr. Haynes is not accepting new clients or making referrals.
She retired from clinical practice but is continuing to speak and write.
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"You have made us for Yourself, Oh Lord, and
our heart is restless
until it rests in You."
St. Augustine's Confessions
Laura Haynes, Ph.D.
CA Psychologist Lic. # PSY5058
Prior to preparing to retire, Dr. Haynes provided these services:
Also Services for:
Unwanted Same-Sex Attraction
Meaning in Life
Over 40 Years Experience
Former President of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies--Western Region
Three Master of Arts Degrees
(in Psychology and Theology)
Ph.D. from Rosemead School of Psychology
(now at Biola University)
General Board Member of the International Federation for Therapeutic and Counseling Choice, and Country Representative for the USA.
Dr. Laura Haynes has retired from clinical practice. She is not seeing clients or making referrals.
If you are looking for traditional faith-based therapists, here are potential referral sources you could explore if you wish.
Call 911 for an immediate, life-threatening emergency or go to your nearest hospital emergency room.
Focus on the Family (Protestant professional therapists):
Alliance for Therapeutic Choice and Scientific Integrity (professional therapists of various faiths for unwanted same-sex attraction or behavior):
Restored Hope Network (Christian--mostly Protestant--resources for unwanted same-sex attraction or behavior or unwanted gender-sex discordant identity or expression)
Courage/Encourage (Catholic resources for unwanted same-sex attraction or behavior):
Diocese of Orange (Catholic therapists, may range from more traditional faith to more liberal):
Change-allowing therapy for unwanted sexual attraction feelings or behavior or unwanted gender-sex discordant identity or expression is currently censored in 20 states and only for minors. One of those states is California. Parents, however, are not censored from getting counseling and guidance.
As of June 2018, decisions from the Supreme Court of the United States indicate these laws censoring change allowing therapy may be unconstitutional. Lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of these laws are in progress.
See Liberty Counsel and Alliance Defending Freedom.