This is wrong on so many levels that I do not know where to start. Firstly, the Catholic Church and all the other homophobic groups need to keep their nose out of things which do not (or at least should not) concern them. Every time that any kind of LGBTQ positive regulations are passed, these people feel it is their God-given right to meddle.
If an LGBTQ person is depressed and cannot get help because a therapist will neither help them due to homophobia, or because of church/homophobic meddling and the person subsequently tries to kill or harm himself--and this can be proven--I believe it should be prosecuted. Not that the person felt that their moral code would not permit them to treat the person but that they also refused to refer them to a therapist who could be of help to that person.
Why do these people seem to think that their "conviction" entitles them to act inhumanely? I keep coming back to "Judge not lest ye be judged".
One of the things I would like to see is far less religious interference in secular matters. The sad thing is that the Catholic Church and others of their ilk are tarring those who value tolerance and kindness over a robotlike adherence to what they THINK Jesus said with the same brush.