Online therapy for when addressing Transgender-related issues uses written language (chat), to bring about change and an understanding of what the individual has experienced from their early years onward and the direction they would like to take after gaining more knowledge of their gender difference.
Online gender counselling, whether written or spoken is the core component of communication. Whilst some may believe that communication is best achieved through close face to face interaction and verbal exchanges, there is in fact little evidence, if any, to back this; In fact, the anonymity, and lack of inbred subjectivity that is identifiably apparent through online therapy, assists the individual to open up more easily and feel freer to express themselves. Much more ore than they may normally do so in a conventional face to face situation. Therefore, gender therapy and assessment, has had positive results in enabling the client to let go of that ‘secret’ by embracing, and then coming to terms, with what lies within. A great deal of themselves, which has been held back and repressed over the years.
Online gender therapy is in many ways more secure, confidential, and private than traditional face-to-face therapy/counselling. This is due to its unique qualities, the counselling takes place in an anonymous or pseudonymous 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 subjective; thought of some therapists, due to the early and appearance and presentation of the individual which may stand in the way of objectivity
Therefore, online therapy offers a valuable and new model that 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 gender specialists, and for individuals, who are housebound, disabled or live in isolated areas, and those who prefer not to use the Gender Clinics, with long waiting lists and many hoops to jump through.
On 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 – please use one of the ‘Chat boxes above, leave a message or simply e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.