Gender Identity Disorder Resources, Support and References

Gender Identity Disorder Support Groups

The family plays a major role in helping individuals with Gender Identity Disorders. These individuals need to feel loved and accepted, and there are support groups and organizations that can help them find a better place for themselves with people who understand their condition to interact with and get some help as follow:

Yahoo Groups TransgenderPDD

This is a website for individuals who are living a life that is affected by pervasive developmental disorders and Gender Identity Disorder. Every member can participate in the forum and can express their feelings and share their experiences as transsexuals.
organizedwisdom.com

Gender Identity Disorder Support Group by MDJunction.com

This is an online community for patients, friends and family who are dealing with Gender Identity Disorder.
mdjunction.com

Families of Gender Identity Disorder

This site offers a support group for families affected with a family member having a Gender Identity Disorder. It provides a supportive environment that helps understand the GID condition.
groups.yahoo.com

Gender Education and Advocacy (GEA)

An online national organization for transgender concerned with the issues and needs of gender variant people in the society.
gender.org

International Foundation for Gender Education

This is an online organization that advocates for freedom of gender expression.
ifge.org

Gender Identity Disorder References

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[BACK] - 3: “Gender Identity Disorder.” Psychology Today.
Psychology Today

[BACK] - 4: “Gender Identity Disorder.” Sexual Health Center. WebMD.
WebMD

[BACK] - 5: “DSM IV, Gender Identity Disorder.” Gender Identity Disorder Sanctuary.
mhsanctuary.com

[BACK] - 6: “Gender Identity Disorder.” HealthAtoZ. MyOptumHealth.com.
healthatoz.com

[BACK] - 7: “Gender Identity Disorder.” Medical Encyclopedia. Medline Plus.
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[BACK] - 8: “What is Gender Identity Disorder? Definition from DSM-IV Published by the American Psychiatric Association” ABC News.
abcnews.go.com

[BACK] - 9: “The Standards of Care for Gender Identity Disorders – Sixth Version.” Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association. Volume 5, Number 1. January – March 2001. The International Journal of Transgenderism.
symposion.com

[BACK] - 10: “Treatment of Transsexual, Gender Identity Disorder and Sex Gender Change Surgery.” Web4Health.
web4health.info

[BACK] - 11: “Gender Identity Disorder.” Sexual health Center. WebMD.
WebMD

[BACK] - 12: “Gender Identity Disorder.” Health@health.com.
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[BACK] - 14: “DSM-IV Gender Identity Disorder.” Gender Identity Disorder sanctuary.
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[BACK] - 15: “Gender Identity Disorder.” Institute for Marital Healing
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