There are many options to help you find a new gender therapist, but the biggest thing to remember is that gender-specific therapists are not the same as a specialist in the field.
The term “gender therapist” is used to refer to someone who specializes in gender issues and is primarily trained in helping people with gender identity issues.
However, there are other gender issues that might be helpful, like anxiety, eating disorders and depression.
“If you have anxiety or depression, there is a very good chance that someone will help you, and they are not necessarily the only ones,” said Dr. Amy Henson, a psychiatrist who has worked with transgender patients for nearly 15 years.
You’ll have to take your case to a professional if you have a history of anxiety or other mental health problems.
If you do have a problem, the doctor will be able to help guide you through the process of transitioning.
Dr. Henson said that, in general, if you’ve experienced anxiety or a mood disorder in the past, it’s not necessarily a good idea to try and change your gender identity.
And you should be aware that, if your gender dysphoria is chronic, the treatment will likely take longer than a month or two.
Henson said she’s seen a few transgender patients who needed hormone therapy after having had a change in gender.
That treatment might involve administering hormones and taking anti-anxiety medications to help with the symptoms, and the doctor may refer you to a psychiatrist or psychologist for further treatment.
But in most cases, the transgender patient will likely be better off going to a doctor for help, rather than going to the therapist.