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finding reliable medical practitioners
#71
(15-Jan-2020, 02:34 AM)Marge Bouvier Simpson Wrote: Hello April2Mom and welcome to the forum. Your account has been activated. It is probably a good idea to repost your request in the members-only forum as these older public threads rarely get responses.
I actually did get on today and responded to April2Mom via a PM.
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#72
(15-Jan-2020, 02:42 AM)TXmom Wrote:
(15-Jan-2020, 02:34 AM)Marge Bouvier Simpson Wrote: Hello April2Mom and welcome to the forum. Your account has been activated. It is probably a good idea to repost your request in the members-only forum as these older public threads rarely get responses.
I actually did get on today and responded to April2Mom via a PM.
You are a true gem, TXmom! Thank you so much! I really appreciate you getting back with her.
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#73
My son came out as transgender a year ago. Since then he has made repeated reports of feeling like self harming. He is seeing a gender affirming therapist and just getting worse. Would anyone have a recommendation for a therapist in the Boston Massachusetts area? Thank you.
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#74
(14-Aug-2018, 01:44 AM)MAMANYC Wrote:
(13-Aug-2018, 07:23 PM)mom1211 Wrote:
(13-Aug-2018, 12:10 PM)MAMANYC Wrote: Any referrals in NYC? my 12 year old just told us she wants to a be a boy.  Growing up she was always interested in boys and girls things (toys etc). Lately she keeps her hair short and wears t shirts and jeans or long shorts.  She goes to an all girls school and a girl in her class  (of 50 kids) just became FTM.  She herself still likes american girl, etc.  All of a sudden she tells me she wants to be  a boy. The only kind of weird thing is she is very creative and draws her own graphic novels but mainly a male character.  Recenltly she was complaining though to DH that there is only ONE female ninja in lego ninjago.
She was an easy toddler but is easily distracted in school. She does not meet criteria for ADHD but is close (we had her evaluated 3 years ago)/ . Also, she is a little immature for age/ her class.  She has always been self conscious about showing skin and is terrified of going out without sunblock!
I really believe she is a girl.  I dont want a therapist who will try to help her transition.
Sasha Ayad offered up the name below. Unfortunately for me I am in WNY but may work out for you. He has a office in Manhattan. 

David Schwartz, Ph.D.
786 Pinesbridge Road 
Ossining, NY 10562
914-762-7505
davidgs@juno.

thank you!!!!

I am new here and just searched this thread for recommendations near NYC. Did you try David Schwartz for therapy? How did he work out for your child? I just contacted Dr. Schwartz and hope to get some input from someone who tried him personally. Looking for my 15 year old with new onset gender dysphoria.
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#75
Is there a database around? I need a therapist in Eugene Oregon asap. I cant make a new thread? Im not very computer literate and this site is hard for me to navigate. I dont think anyone will even see this and even if someone replies how am I gonna know? Sorry I am unbelievably frustrated right now, as I am literally getting turned away by CRISIS centers because I refuse to accept trans women as men ect...
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#76
(20-Feb-2020, 11:36 PM)FlyingNone Wrote: Is there a database around? I need a therapist in Eugene Oregon asap. I cant make a new thread? Im not very computer literate and this site is hard for me to navigate. I dont think anyone will even see this and even if someone replies how am I gonna know? Sorry I am unbelievably frustrated right now, as I am literally getting turned away by CRISIS centers because I refuse to accept trans women as men ect...
I'm sorry about your situation I'm not at all near you so I can't help in your search but let me just say - and I think I can speak for everyone on this forum, that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. I hope you can make the jump over to the private member pages and search for help and support over there. I'm sorry you are facing the same nightmare the rest of us are living. Best to you and see you on the member pages.
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#77
(20-Feb-2020, 11:36 PM)FlyingNone Wrote: Is there a database around? I need a therapist in Eugene Oregon asap. I cant make a new thread? Im not very computer literate and this site is hard for me to navigate. I dont think anyone will even see this and even if someone replies how am I gonna know? Sorry I am unbelievably frustrated right now, as I am literally getting turned away by CRISIS centers because I refuse to accept trans women as men ect...

Hello FlyingNone,

So sorry for your frustration with the site. The way this forum works is that all memberships must be manually activated by a moderator before the member has access to the members-only area of the forum. Before activation, you only have access to the public board. Sometimes there can be a bit of a wait for activation. 

But, the good news is your membership is now activated. You'll find lots of support and advice here, especially in the members-only area. Welcome. I hope you'll find the site helpful.
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#78
i have the the few ideas and suggestion for every one wo can try to finding reliable medical practitioners i suggest that visit this link and get solutions their problems and if you have a patient get treatment here.
https://www.taheal.com/neurorehabilitation-clinic/
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#79
I am looking for a therapist for my teen girl who has socially transitioned FTM.  I know there are underlying issues with her body that she is trying to escape and she is currently in a protective bubble in a school with a community of other ftm. I am in the New England area. Anyone have any luck in finding a traditional therapist in this area? Thanks!
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#80
If you want to find a competent therapist for an adolescent in New England, you will almost assuredly have to pay. The therapists who will accept your insurance are more tightly bound by institutional rules - which have been captured by the trans cult - and in general less skilled. I would ask you where you are, because I might have some recommendations, but this is the public side of this forum and nobody should be divulging any potentially identifying information here.
Father to gifted 16 y/o Aspie, post-ROGD, co-morbidity with all the usual.
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