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*57% of Trans individuals have experienced rejection by their families.
*41% of Trans individuals have attempted suicide.
*53% of Trans individuals have been verbally harassed in public settings.
"It is our job as Mental Health Counselors to treat the Dysphoria, not the person's identity."
DO YOU HAVE A CHILD WHO IS TRANSGENDER?
What is Gender Dysphoria?
Is your child transgender or non-conforming?
Why is my child unhappy?
How can I help my child perform better?
Who do I talk to?
Where can I get help?
Please contact me so I can help you!
Gender dysphoria is a condition where a person experiences discomfort or distress because there's a mismatch between their biological sex and gender identity. It's sometimes known as gender incongruence.
The first signs of gender dysphoria can appear at a very young age. For example, a child may refuse to wear typical boys' or girls' clothes, or dislike taking part in typical boys' or girls' games and activities.
In most cases, this type of behavior is just part of growing up and will pass in time, but for those with gender dysphoria it continues through childhood and into adulthood.
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