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Gender Affirming Services

GENDER ISSUES | DIAGNOSIS | COUNSELLING | PSYCHOTHERAPY | BLOOD TESTS | MONITORING | PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION | VOICE THERAPY | LEGAL ADVICE | PASSPORT LETTERS | SURGICAL REFERRALS | SELF-MED SWAP

Welcome to GenderGP

GenderGP is a portal through which you can access a whole range of specialists that can provide advice, treatment and support to gender diverse people.
Our vision is to enable and support anyone to happily and comfortably embrace their gender.
We offer 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.

Counselling & Therapy

Whatever stage you are at on your journey, whether you are gender variant yourself or are supporting someone who is, we believe that having a counsellor or therapist ‘in your pocket’ can be incredibly empowering. Our network of therapists are specifically trained in working with gender variant people of all ages, to help them on their journey, at whatever stage they might be.

Friendship & Support

We understand that, for some, being gender variant can feel lonely but, rest-assured, you are not alone. The GenderGP community is a safe place where you can read about other people in similar situations and interact and share your opinions on social media (you can find us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @GenderGP). Follow us or ask us to follow you, and join our network of advocates and supporters.

Information

It is widely acknowledged that before ‘coming out’, gender variant people go through a process of ‘coming in’. This involves consuming as much information as possible to help them to better understand their situation and the options ahead. Our website is an excellent resource to help with your research. You will find access to questions and answers, important resources, the latest news, our blog – which is regularly updated – as well as the GenderGP podcast and more. Explore our resources in more depth.

Medical Care

If you need medical advice regarding hormones, blockers, transitioning, blood tests, self-medication, surgical referrals or any aspect of your trans-related healthcare, get in touch. GenderGP can arrange assessments, and evaluations as well as access to doctors who can provide safely monitored prescription medication.

Paperwork

We can help with name changes, passports, driving license changes, gender recognition certificates or letters of affirmation.

Signposting

GenderGP provides timely, easy access to a variety of healthcare professionals. They all have one aim, to support and provide information services to transgender, non-binary, non-gender and gender questioning people of all ages, and to those who care for and support them. All of our experts are highly trained in gender-related issues.

GenderGP

We believe that support is the key to to your personal journey.

We are here to help and support through a variety of services, designed to support and inform you and hopefully give you the information you need.

Click on the Service below for further information.

Please contact us for specific questions or just clarification and guidance. We are here to listen, support and help.

five-stars

I am a transwoman and after initially seeing my GP, I found my self worrying about how I would have to wait for over a year for my GIC appointment. I wanted to prevent further changes due to testosterone, including the loss of my hair. After a long time looking for faster routes, I began to lose hope and reached the end of my tether but managed to stumble across My Web Doctor. I sent a email message and was shocked to receive not only a reply, but actual prescriptions for the medications that I needed. To this day I don’t know where I would be if it hadn’t been for Dr Webberley’s amazing online serve. I have recommended it already to all of my transgender friends who reside in the UK.

Anonymous

five-stars

I found Dr Webberley’s website after some research on transgender forums. I’ve been making steps to transition since opening up to my therapist in April. When my initial referral for Charing Cross came back and mentioned a 13 month waiting list I wasn’t surprised, but it made up my mind to look at private care to bridge the gap to my first NHS GIC appointment. Dr Webberley and her team are professional, attentive and supportive, providing the relevant information and guidance for each step of the process. Both Dr Webberley and Katie have been fantastic throughout the consultation and the day my prescription came through I was in much happier place. Thank you,

Robyn

five-stars

I went out on my own for the first time on Saturday fully dressed with a wig and my skirt etc. Was nerve racking not having someone with me but I managed it. So getting there. Got my ears pierced and ordered my new glasses as others too masculine. So slowly everything is falling into place. I’ve also found a product that may help other males transitioning with the dreaded beard shadow. It’s double coverage by Estée lauder and is in boots. Works better than my Benefit one as is liquid so doesn’t cake when layering and lasts up to 15hrs. Going to switch to their foundation as its matte so no need for powder and make up fixer as lasts for 15 hrs. 

Amber

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.

Huffington Post

The destination for U.K. news, blogs and original content offering coverage of British politics, entertainment, style, world news, technology and comedy.

TV News & Radio

GP & Gender Specialist – Dr Helen Webberley is a GP with a special interest in gender care and sexual health.

Gay Star News

The home of the best UK and Worldwide news on gay current affairs, entertainment, business & more for the gay, lesbian, bisexual & transgender communities.

Contact Us – Confidential Advice

Whatever your query, we’re here to help. Send us a message and we’ll get back to you. The GenderGP team.

Please send a message using the box form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

We respond to all queries, so if you don’t get a reply check your spam box, or try again!

Alternatively call or email us directly:

 

Telephone
+44 1344 231859

Email
info@gendergp.co.uk

House rules

This is a safe space. We are starting from a position where we believe people when they say they are questioning their gender.

We acknowledge that trans children, young people and adults exist, we agree with appropriate social transition and timely medical intervention.

This is not an opportunity for discussion about whether people can be gender variant, this is a discussion about how best to support them and those who care for them. If your questions or comments challenge the existence of gender incongruence in children and young people, and their rights, then you will be removed.

We have a zero tolerance approach towards bullying, degrading or belittling behaviour, transphobia, homophobia, sexism, racism or trolling of any kind, casual or other. If we feel you are breaching our house rules our moderators will take action.

Media Enquiries (ONLY): Please contact Aby Hawker.

Email:  aby@onlinegpservices.com     |     Tel:  07795593706

 

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