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Gender dysphoria is a condition whereby a person feels a mismatch between their biological sex and their gender identity. This can often cause great distress to the individual, many of whom report feeling ‘trapped’ in the wrong body.
Gender dysphoria can be a difficult condition to face, not just for the sufferer, but for their friends and family who may have questions. However, YourGP provides extensive help and support to all affected, and is proud to have treated many people with the condition, enabling them to become happier and more confident in who they are.
Here at YourGP, we see everyone as an individual, therefore the treatment we provide for gender dysphoria can take a variety of forms. Everyone, however, can benefit from the following:
Meet the team
Leading the Gender Clinic is Dr Chin Chong, who is an active member of the British Association of Gender Identity Specialists (BAGIS). The aim of the BAGIS is to promote clinical research and exchange of knowledge of gender dysphoria and transgender health. Dr Chong has provided treatment and support for a number of transgender patients at various points in their transition – from initial assessments, right through to hormone therapy and beyond.
Dr Mike Shaw is an experienced psychiatrist specialising in gender dysphoria (transgender). Dr Shaw works alongside Dr Chong, supporting and guiding transgender clients through their reassignment journey.
How it works
Get in touch
No one should suffer in silence, help and support is available to enable you to lead the happy and confident life you are entitled to. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment at the YourGP Gender Clinic and speak to the experts that can start your journey.
I’d like to thank everyone for their friendly professional attitudes and service. It made what was an anxious time for me much easier to cope with