Crossdressing Links and Resources
Listed below are links and resources for additional information and support within the transgender community within the UK and world wide. If there are any links you feel should be added to this section then please feel free to email our social media manager Bella Jay (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call us on ++ 1273 779467.
TVChix is a well known and respected resource for the Transgender community. A free to join community based resource where you can find information and people with similar interests. We highly recommend this resource to all our clients.
Well established and respected organisation whose principal aims are to help and advise those in the transgender community. They have area and national meetings and organise many social events. There is also WOBS Women Of The Beaumont Society for advice to female partners.
Rose’s Repartee is the online magazine website created and run by Martine Rose. Includes articles, news, event reports and photos, plus a Members Area with forum, blogs and messaging.
Counselling and Advise Services
Madison-Amy Webb is a woman with a trans history. She is a BACP Accredited Counsellor, Psychotherapist, MBACP, and on the Voluntary Register for therapists. She is a Clinical Supervisor, Mental health Trainer & Consultant. She splits her time between working in Private Practice & Consultancy, and training. She has considerable experience exploring her own Gender Identity and supporting others with their own issues. She is currently writing a book which debunks a lot of the myths that exist about how society understands gender identity.
Andrew Hoyt MBACP, is a BACP Registered Counsellor and Psychotherapist who has been practising since 1999. Qualifying in 2001 he worked exclusively with Gender and Sexual Diversity clients as a therapist at Brighton and Hove’s LGBT Switchboard Counselling Service for over 13 years before setting up his private practice in Brighton. He also has an international on-line practice for people unable to attend in person or who live abroad. He has substantial experience in working with Identity Transition and Identity Development. He regularly teaches and is a tutor for the CPCAB Counselling Studies in Brighton. For more information and contact details please see www.andrewfchoyt.com/