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KINDLY NOTE – Residing in England, I use an ENGLISH UK, typeface, not ENGLISH US. Therefore, for clients in the USA, it is apparent that UK written English content has spelling differences.
To fix Gender Dysphoria, a birth condition, following years of confusion and conflict, many transsexuals choose to undergo a personal life change through a ‘planned transition’. A personal journey that requires, apart from the high cost, understanding support, assistance, determination and acceptance of their gender condition.
To assist the above my Gender Service assists and enables Trans individuals to achieve their ‘true self,’ during and after their transition. So they, at last, can live life to the full as their true self, in harmony, accompanied by psychological well-being.
This can be achieved through an initial assessment followed by advice counselling, followed by prescribed Hormones, Sex Reassignment and other related surgeries. My gender sessions, enable Trans individuals to live a normal life, as possible, after achieving their ‘true selves, rather than remaining in a state of conflict and at most times social isolation.
To assist Dr Graham views his purpose as a qualified and experienced online Gender Specialist, with over 20 years of experience, is to provide thoughtful counselling, in a respectful, and non-judgmental manner, by following The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) guidelines.
This Online Gender Service was established in 1999, to assist Trans individuals in achieving a smooth transition. The weekly sessions and content, provide a clear understanding as to why some individuals are born and develop their persistent Gender Dysphoria, which involves a conflict between their physical and assigned birth gender.
Whether written or spoken, online Gender discussions form a valuable component of communication. Whilst some may think that online therapy is best achieved through traditional face to face interaction and verbal exchanges. There is little evidence, if any, to back this proposition. In fact, the anonymity and natural lack of personal subjectivity surpass adverse arguments. As at most times, the anonymity achieved through online therapy helps relax and assist an individual to open up more easily to feel ‘free’ to express themselves. By far, more than they may do in a face to face situation.