I help individuals with gender dysphoria remove the communication barriers they have with their family

Cath Lloyd

Hi, my name’s Cath Lloyd,

and I have worked with a number of individual and their families who have faced the challenge
of managing gender dysphoria or gender transition.

It can be a very difficult period emotionally for the individual and the family unit and it is important that all
the people involved are able to get the support that they need from somebody who has had first hand
experience of this.

My dad in 1987 came out and made the choice to transition to a woman, as you can imagine back then in the 80’s this was a massive decision for him, and unfortunately at that time we as a family had no support. So we had to face and walk the long journey alone to understanding, acceptance and realisation.

"Thank you for guiding me on my journey. It has been such a transformation. I’m not quite sure how I got on in life without guidance from you. My life is mine to live and I am living it. Thank you for opening my eyes and my mind. I just needed to find myself and you know what, I like me now. "
Jo
49 year old professional lady

YOU ARE NOT ALONE

I have realised that there are a lot of people who are going through similar emotions that I would of been going through.

So I am here to support you people and your family so you can maintain and retain your connection with balance and understanding