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Were here to help & advise

We have one aim, to support and provide information services to transgender, non-binary and gender questioning people of all ages, and to those who care for and support them.

Healthcare, advice and information for gender diverse people, and those who support them.

GenderGP offers direct access to a diverse range of experts who provide timely, accessible and affordable help and support. We believe in self empowerment and self identification which puts the individual in charge of their own gender journey.

The GenderGP Team: Providing access to 100% confidential, safe and genuine medical care.

Adults

If you are trans, or someone supporting a trans person, and you are looking for support, whether that is through counselling, advice, medical help or just finding a community that understands what you are going through, you have come to the right place. At GenderGP we take a gender affirmative approach, which means that you don’t have to prove yourself to us. We are here to help you navigate your journey, to offer a helping hand and, most importantly, to listen and hear.

Parents & Caregivers

Navigating the world when you have a child that does not identify with the gender they were assigned at birth can be confusing, scary, distressing and exciting, all at the same time. If you are a parent or caregiver who wants to know more, or maybe who just needs a sympathetic and non-judgemental ear. Perhaps you just need to understand what your child is going through. Whatever your situation, you have come to the right place. For those who have tried other routes and failed to get access to the healthcare they need for their child, we will be able to help.

Young People

Being gender variant is not a mental illness and at GenderGP we do not treat it as such. The desperation to access timely healthcare can sometimes be overwhelming. If you need access to information, support and/or medical help then drop us a line, we will do everything we can to help.

Medical

At GenderGP we follow international guidelines and best practise informed by the centres of excellence in the US and Australia. We take a gender affirmative approach. Our partners are dedicated to improving awareness and understanding of gender variance and how best to support those who do not identify with the gender they were assigned at birth.

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