With Christopher Doyle and PJI Attorney Michael Peffer
Christopher Doyle is a licensed psychotherapist and the executive director of the Institute for Healthy Families and the founder and clinical director of Northern Virginia Christian Counseling. He is the author of The Meaning of Sex: A New Christian Ethos, as well as several other publications on sexual orientation, gender identity, and adolescent sexual health.
A sought-after public speaker on faith and sexuality, Christopher’s work has been featured at the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons conference, American College of Pediatricians/Pro-Life OBGYN’s joint conference, North American Christians in Social Work conference, and many more. As a national spokesperson on sexual identity, he has been featured in five documentaries, including The Third Way: Homosexuality and the Catholic Church (Blackstone Films), Inside Out (Adam Perez), and The Sunday Sessions (Dickie Bruce Productions). He has also been featured in Citizen Magazine and AFA Journal on his work with the #TherapyEquality movement and Voice of the Voiceless.
Christopher writes frequently on sexual health and has been published in many print and online outlets, including Townhall, World Net Daily, The Christian Post, CNS News, LifeZette, the Journal of Human Sexuality, and Issues in Law & Medicine. He has been a guest on hundreds of television and radio shows, including The Dr. Oz. Show, Fox News Radio, National Pubic Radio, American Family Radio, the Christian Broadcasting Network, and many more. His work has been featured in media outlets such as USA Today, Associated Press, ABC/Fusion, NBC News, AOL, BuzzFeed, The Washington Post, World Magazine, Atlantic Magazine, and the National Catholic Register.
Christopher earned his master’s degree in professional counseling from Liberty University and holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and history from Grove City College. He is a licensed psychotherapist in Virginia and Maryland, and also serves as a mental health counselor at Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Virginia, where he and his wife Sherry, and their five children, have made their home.