MEDICAL LETTERS OF
“GREAT NEWS – Congratulations – The Department of Defense on Wednesday – Transgender Day of Visibility – announced formal policy updates allowing open service by transgender members of the armed forces, implementing President Joe Biden’s executive order that will lift the ban – April 30th, 2021″.
To ‘correct’ a gender, birth difference, and its accompanied Gender Dysphoria. Many transsexuals, following years of conflict, choose to undergo personal and life changes through a ‘planned transition’. A personal journey that requires determination acceptance and support.
This assists the Trans individual to achieve their ‘true self,’ following their transition, they are able to live their lives in psychological harmony.
This is normally achieved through prescribed Hormones, Sex Reassignment, and other related surgeries. The journey enables the Trans person to enjoy a normal life, after achieving their ‘true self, rather than remaining in conflict and at most times social isolation.
To assist you Dr Graham’s purpose as a qualified and experienced online Gender Therapist is to provide, counselling discussions, in a respectful, and non-judgmental manner, considering The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) guidelines.
My Online Gender Service established over 20 years, assists in bringing about a smoother transition. linked with weekly sessions and subsequent discussion, providing a clear understanding as to why some are born with persistent Gender Dysphoria, involving a conflict between their physical self 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 better achieved through traditional face to face interaction and verbal exchange. There is little evidence, if any, to back this proposition. The anonymity and lack of subjectivity surpass adverse arguments. As at most times, online therapy relaxes and assists 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.