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Is a fully qualified and registered Gender Therapist. specialising in Gender Dysphoria and its related issues. Providing online therapy sessions, and letters of recommendation for Hormones, SRS (Vaginoplasty), Facial surgery, Phalloplasty, Top surgery, Orchiectomy together with other related procedures. Together with, letters for a name change, prefix change, court, and driving license. The session fees are no more than USD 40-50 (£35-40) per session. 

Dr Graham welcomes both female to male – male to female transgender, together with  Intersex individuals and those dealing with cross-gender dressing, orchiectomy, nullification, identity, binary, non-binary and all other gender issues.

July 2020 – Transgender People With Gender Dysphoria Could Have ‘Rare’ Gene Variants, Study Suggests. Scientists have shed new light on why people may have gender dysphoria—a condition experienced by some transgender people—by identifying “rare” gene variants linked with brain development. By studying the DNA of 30 transgender men and women who had been diagnosed with gender dysphoria, they found what they described as 21 “rare” variants in 19 genes, in pathways in the brain associated with the sex hormone estrogen. The pathways are thought to be important for shaping whether the brain is masculine or feminine. Before and after birth, the genes help to decide when estrogen is released, which contributes to masculinization of the brain, the researchers explained in their paper published in the journal Scientific Reports. Boris Johnson ‘drops plans to let people change legal gender without medical diagnosis’ – The Independent Boris Johnson is set to scrap plans to allow people to change their legal gender by “self-identifying” as a different sex, it has been reported. Measures drawn up under Theresa May’s government to enable transgender people change their birth certificate without a medical diagnosis have been ditched by Mr Johnson’s No 10 team, according to The Sunday Times. The Independent – Australian researchers have identified a significant link between a gene involved in testosterone action and male-to-female transsexualism – Terry Reed from the Gender Identity Research and Education Society said she was convinced of a biological basis to transsexualism. This study appears to reinforce earlier studies which have indicated that, in some trans people, there may be a genetic trigger to the development of atypical gender identity'(see research link below). However, it may be just one of several routes and, although it seems extremely likely that a biological element will always be present in the etiology of transsexualism, it’s unlikely that developmental pathways will be the same in all individuals’. – June 17, 2008, NCTE Applauds the AMA Call for Removal of Financial Barriers to Care for Transgender Patients – The American Medical Association (AMA) passed a resolution yesterday calling for public and private health insurance coverage for treatment of gender identity disorder as recommended by the patient’s physician. The declaration, known as Resolution 122 removing Financial Barriers to Care for Transgender Patients, was passed by the House of Delegates – Mara Keisling, Executive Director of the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE). Doctors and patients, not insurance companies, should be making those choices. We are so glad that the AMA has taken a leadership role against the rampant discrimination that transgender people have faced for so many years in receiving appropriate medical care and equitable insurance coverage, health insurance coverage has been made into a prominent national issue recently thanks in part to a three-year campaign by the AMA.NCTE has prioritized ending health insurance discrimination against transgender people” RESOLUTION 122 Subject: (WPATH) is the leading international, interdisciplinary professional organization devoted to the understanding and treatment of gender identity disorders, and has established internationally accepted Standards of Care for providing medical treatment of people with GID, including mental health care, hormone therapy, and sex reassignment surgery, which are designed to promote the health and welfare of persons with GID and are recognized within the medical community to be the standard of care for treating people with GID; and Whereas, An established body of medical research demonstrates the effectiveness and medical necessity of mental health care, hormone therapy, and sex reassignment surgery as forms of therapeutic treatment for many people diagnosed with GID Health insurance coverage has been made into prominent national issue recently thanks in part to a three year campaign by the AMA. NCTE has prioritized ending health insurance discrimination against transgender people. August 2011 – Excellent NEWS – The VA system recently received a directive that transgendered veterans receive appropriate treatment (including hormone replacement and even surgery).Boris Johnson ‘drops plans to let people change legal gender without medical diagnosis’ – t


FEES – 40/50 USD per session

IF required FREE 30 min Online

Dr Graham – An Online Gender Therapist
, who specializes in Gender Dysphoria and its related issues, and has practiced Worldwide as a Transgender Health Care Specialist for the past 18 years.

To assist transsexuals transition and achieve their true inner selves, he offers therapy at affordable discounted fees.

Are you anxious, enduring ‘Gender Dysphoria’. Thinking about transitioning,  booking ‘Gender Therapy’ sessions or simply need help and direction linked with ongoing support.

Call me for an appointment today – Dr Graham at
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All transsexual gender counselling sessions are carried out ‘online’.  This gender service is UK based – Simply contact today for further details or to book an appointment.

Dr Graham looks forward to assisting and enabling you to achieve a transition and be your ‘true self’

When making an enquiry a location is required for time zone adjustment

Regarding gender related issues ‘Online Gender Therapy’ uses written language (chat) as a vehicle of bringing about not only a gender change but an understanding of what an individual has experienced and has felt over the early years and the direction they would like to take when gaining knowledge of their gender difference.

With online counselling, whether written or spoken it is the core component of communication. Whilst some may believe that communication is best achieved through face to face interaction and verbal exchanges, there is in fact little evidence, if any, to back this; As such, the anonymity, and lack of inbred subjectivity that is identifiably apparent through online therapy, at most times assists the individual to open up more easily and feel more able and free free to express themselves. More than they may normally do so in a conventional face to face situation. Therefore, in respect of gender counselling and assessment this has had positive results in enabling the client of letting go that ‘secret’ and embracing, coming to terms, with what lies within. A major part of there self which has been held back and suppressed over many years

Further Online gender counselling is in many ways more secure, confidential, and private than traditional face-to-face therapy/counselling. Mainly due to its unique qualities, the counselling takes place in an anonymous or pseudonym context. This provides a level of security and confidentiality that cannot be matched in the real world of the office. It also removes the threat of the over subjective; thought of some counsellors, due to the early and appearance and presentation of the individual which may stand in the way of objectivity.

Online therapy therefore offers a valuable and new model which reaches the larger and isolated group of people concerned over their gender related feelings, plus issues of confidentiality, acceptance and privacy. It also reaches those living in isolated areas, places where there are no available counsellors in the locality and individuals who are house bound disabled plus those who may not normally seek a professional gender health service.

Following contact I offer a short initial discussion, this can be used to ask questions and gain information about my service. Schedule appointments and discuss the professional service fee. If you feel that you could benefit from the service I have to offer, simply follow the instruction to commence your online relationship If you would like to contact me directly – use one of the ‘Chat boxes above, leave a message or simply e-mail me at