Our mission is to provide the best holistic therapy and surgery options for the transgender community.
I was shown the utmost respect by every single person starting with Angela who guided the paperwork and credit card process over the phone to the receptionist, nurses, on-call nurses, and of course Dr. Raphael. This was the first time I have ever had surgery and I am beyond happy with the total experience. Dr.
This staff and surgeon were top notch. They treated me in such a friendly manner and really took the time to access my individual needs. I left there feeling like I was a part of their family and can not see myself going anywhere else for this procedure.
Oftentimes, Innovation is born out of necessity. The International Center for Transgender Care was created to fill a critical need in the transgender population – one center that provides advanced end-to-end therapy, surgery options and research for the transgender individual.
We understand that holistic therapy and support is just as important as surgery during the transitioning process, which is why we decided to dedicate a part of our center to fill this critical need. Led by Caroline Gibbs, a world-renowned therapist, advocate and supporter for the transgender population, we offer compassionate therapy and support for children, adults and teens.
Our Med Spa division offers the latest skin care services such as botox, fillers, clinical facials and laser hair removal from highly trained and skilled estheticians.
Our center includes an accredited and licensed 10,000 square foot surgery center with four fully equipped surgical suites dedicated to plastic surgery. Our surgeons have over 20 years experience with performing transwomen and transmen procedures using the latest and most advanced techniques.
A first in the nation, our clinical and basic research division is dedicated to advanced research to understand the etiologies behind transsexualism. We understand that there is a lot of misinformation in the transgender and public population, which is why our mission is to be the de facto source for clinical and peer reviewed transgender research and publications.
We encourage you to reach out to us if you have any questions or wish to schedule an appointment with our therapists or surgeons. Our staff is ready to respond to you in a timely and compassionate manner. Thank you for considering us to support and help you during your journey!
By: Loree Cook‐Daniels – Director, FORGE Transgender Aging Network, USA Abstract: This essay discusses ways in which people attempt to reconcile or resolve their own cognitive dissonance engendered by transgender people in a society in which gender is perceived as both binary (male OR female) and immutable (an unalterable state or condition). The author suggestsRead More
This is a very interesting article on how gender reassignment affects the mind. Rewire Me has run dozens of articles on people’s conscious journeys toward healthier, deeper, more spiritually attuned ways of living. I’ve written about religious experiences that are so powerful they seem to spontaneously rewire the whole person, transforming him or her intoRead More
Source: Washington Post By Katelyn Burns May 4 at 6:00 AM – Katelyn Burns is an essayist and a trans woman. She lives in Maine with her two young children. Misguided, overzealous rules wind up not being fair to anyone. Last week, a Texas court dismissed a lawsuit that sought to ban Texas transgender highRead More
The wide-ranging interview hit on everything from Donald Trump to her Vanity Fair cover. There is “peace” in Caitlyn Jenner’s soul. That’s the message she had for Diane Sawyer ― and the millions of people who tuned in for her second in-depth interview on ABC’s “20/20” to celebrate the anniversary of coming out as transgender in April 2015.Read More
Prior to filming ‘Gender Revolution’, her new documentary for National Geographic, Katie Couric thought she understood gender. People are born either boys or girls, and they grow up to be either men or women, respectively. But as transgender people become more visible in the media, our national dialogue surrounding gender has evolved, as well. NoticingRead More
Until very recently, transwomen and transmen were virtually invisible in society. Concerned and even afraid of their neighbors’ potential reactions, many transgender individuals preferred to remain “hidden” and keep their gender identities a secret. However, the past several years have seen a major upswing in the visibility of transgender persons in the media.Read More
Accessing quality care can often present a challenge for members of the transgender community. Although awareness of gender diversity is on the rise in the United States, many healthcare providers remain uninformed about the unique issues faced by transgender individuals,Read More