Welcome to GenderGP
GenderGP provides advocacy, support, advice, healthcare and access to a range of complementary services, which enable trans people to live their lives more easily.
In recent years, understanding around what it means to be trans has increased significantly. This has led to many more people stepping forward and asking for help with their social, medical and legal transition.
At the same time we have seen a shift in people’s acceptance, as more and more people’s lives are touched by someone who is trans and the desire to help begins to bring about positive change.
Our vision is a world where people can embrace their gender identity, free from discrimination and prejudice: our website is part of the solution.
Whether you are trans yourself, or supporting someone who is, we are delighted to welcome you to the GenderGP community.
WE ARE COMPASSIONATE
We care deeply about the rights of trans people. We act with kindness and consideration at all times.
We offer life-changing support and advocacy. We speak up and take action when others won’t. We make brave decisions geared towards helping trans people to live their lives more easily.
WE ARE COMMITTED
We never give up. We fight tirelessly with passion and determination to improve healthcare options for trans people and support others to do the same.
WE ARE EXPERT
We draw on our expertise and knowledge of science, data and research to provide the most up to date, evidence-based advice, care and support. We listen to what the community has to say and we respond. We are always learning and refining the service that we offer.
WE ACT WITH INTEGRITY
We are open, honest and trustworthy. We act with integrity, in the best interests of the trans community. We fight for their rights and provide the highest standards of care, in the most timely and affordable way possible.
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Meet the Founder
Find out more about the team behind GenderGP
Dr Helen Webberley
Dr Helen is the founder of GenderGP. A passionate advocate for the transgender community, she continues to campaign for real change in the way that trans people are treated in society and particularly in relation to the barriers they face when accessing healthcare. Dr Webberley believes in gender-affirmative care and that the individual is the expert in their own gender identity. Helen is a keen and passionate singer, as well as being completely tone deaf.
In The Media
GenderGP we champion better access to healthcare for all.
We get regular coverage in the international, national and community press. Our aim is to raise the profile and issues through all media outlets. Through these platforms, we will raise awareness and understanding for the Transgender community.