An article, for Christianity Today, which highlights the feeling is here. Rev Sally Hitchiner was quoted in the article as saying:
Rev Sally Hitchiner, founder and director of Diverse Church, a support network for LGBT young people in the Church, said that the use of reparative therapy is also prevalent and among the LGBT Christian community in the UK.
"My experience of reparative therapy to attempt to make LGBT people straight through prayer or counselling is that it is extremely damaging both to the mental health of the individual and to their relationship with the church, friends and family members who encourage it," Hitchiner told Christian Today.
"Many of the gay, bi and trans young adults in Diverse Church have experienced one off or an ongoing course of reparative therapy and all of them have found it deeply damaging and often leading them to feelings of suicide or feeling they have no hope with God when it doesn't work.