Multidimensional therapy allows you to work on various aspects of personality, for example, homophobia, social anxiety, aggressiveness among others.
On the issue of homophobia, it is important to analyze a thesis that is often considered in Psychology that homophobia is the result of repressed homosexual desires1. Some time ago, a study was conducted in which a controlled group of homophobic heterosexual men were shown several movies and magazines with homosexual content. Surprisingly, this group evidenced signs of sexual arousal on a much larger scale than the other group of non-homophobic heterosexual men. One of the reasons given is that homophobes try to attack homosexuals as a way of externalising the pain caused by the repression of their homosexual desires.