Last year, Governor Cuomo took executive actions to make it harder to conduct gay conversion therapy in New York. Regulations include no longer providing insurance coverage for the process or allowing state-run facilities to practice this. However, he didn't institute an all out ban on conversion therapy, which advocates are hoping to see happen this year. We talked more about this with Candida Brooks-Harrison, president of the National Association of Social Workers, Herb Gingold PhD, president of The New York State Psychological Association, and Doctor Jack Drescher, author and lecturer on the issue of sexual orientation change efforts.