en English

GenderGP Service Users

Welcome back!

Welcome back, GenderGP Service Users!

Welcome back! Whatever you need, our website has a wealth of information to help you on your journey. If you are looking for some help with your individual healthcare needs, visit our help page, if you are looking for clarity on your rights as a trans individual click here, our gender specialist therapists are on hand should you need any wellbeing support and for the latest community news visit our podcast and blog pages.

GenderGP statement regarding the GMC hearing of Dr Helen Webberley

  GenderGP is incredibly proud of the work that began with our Founder, Dr Helen Webberley, in 2015. This work has facilitated the care and support of thousands of trans people across the world, enabling them to move forward with their...

Update ahead of GMC hearing from Dr Helen Webberley

GenderGP Founder Dr Helen Webberley has been under GMC investigation since 2016. In July this year, she faces the final hearing. We asked her to share her thoughts and fears in the lead up to the event. We are also inviting patients and stakeholders to submit a...

MPTS Hearing Day 6-7

On day six the following accusations were discussed:  Dr Webberley is alleged to have not provided ‘good clinical care’ to Patient A. Dr Webberley is alleged to have not informed Patient A’s GP of the medication she had prescribed. Dr Webberley is alleged to have not...

MPTS Hearing Day 4-5

Professor Gary Butler, witness for the GMC, admitted during cross-examination on day 4, that there is no qualification pathway and no formal qualifications for treating patients with gender dysphoria. One of the allegations against Dr Webberley is that she claimed to...

MPTS Hearing Day 1-3

Stage 1: Procedural discussions Stage 2: The GMC to make out their case on each point claimed and the tribunal will then decide which are substantial enough to be a case to answer. Dr Webberley only has to answer the ones which have been deemed substantial enough....

Freddy McConnell’s new documentary shows the state of trans healthcare in the UK

With Dr Helen Webberley’s hearing underway, the state of trans healthcare in the UK is in the national spotlight. In this documentary from Transnational, Vice correspondent Freddy McConnell talks to trans people who have been left in limbo by impossible NHS waiting...

Where does the responsibility for trans patients lie?

As the hearing of Dr Helen Webberley gets underway, we’ve been reflecting on the state of trans healthcare in the UK and where the responsibility for these patients lies. Time and again we have seen what happens when an individual doctor (providing they are not...

Dr Helen Webberley: an overview of the MPTS hearing

Dr Helen Webberley: the MPTS hearing  Here we look at the allegations facing Dr Webberley, how they came about and what led to her license to practise being at risk. It is important to note that no complaints have been made by any patients of Dr Webberley.  When...

Share your support for Dr Helen Webberley and gender affirmative care

There are a number of ways to get involved and show your support for our Founder, Dr Helen Webberley, during her MPTS hearing. Submit a testimonial Write to the MPTS Be vocal in your support! For full details see below.   Submit a testimonial We are gathering...

Open letter sent by GenderGP, on behalf of our community

Dame Caroline Swift Chair of the MPTS, Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service St James’s Buildings, 79 Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 6FQ *Sent by email 23rd July, 2021 Dear Dame Swift, We write to you as representatives of the...

The voices of the people – 300 testimonials in 24 hours

Dr Webberley's hearing began on the 26th of June 2021. Ahead of the hearing, we reached out to the community for support, and we were overwhelmed by the response. Within just twenty-four hours over three hundred allies, members of the community and healthcare...

Trans Voices: Testimonials in support of gender-affirming care

Trans healthcare is often the subject of debate by those outside of the trans community. We regularly hear comment from those who feel they have a say in how and to what degree trans people should be able to access care, even though they are not personally impacted....