This condition is grounded in the distress felt by someone due to them not identifying with their biological sex.
People experiencing gender dysphoria often feel confused, sad and/or angry due to an emotional and physiological disconnect from their gender and sexuality. Someone experiencing this may: constantly state they are of the opposite sex; choose friends from their preferred sex; and reject every day behavioural characteristics of their biological sex such as standing or sitting to go to the toilet.
Our highly trained psychologists have assisted many people to explore their gender dysphoria through informal, private conversations. They can also assist with the development of tools and approaches that may enable those experiencing this to live happier, more content lives, along with discussing various other options available.
For more information go to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gender_dysphoria