Helen Webberley

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Helen Webberley is a UK General Practitioner specialising in the support and treatment of both adults and children experiencing gender dysphoria. Whilst not following official procedures and being investigated by the GMC with regards to several issues around organ failure following endocrine oversights.[1]


Dr Helen Webberley studied medicine at The University of Birmingham and qualified in 1992 with honours in social medicine.


As well as holding the qualification from the Royal College of General Practitioners, Dr Webberley is also a member of the Faculty of Family Planning and Reproductive Healthcare, having undergone specialist training in the treatment of contraception, sexual dysfunction and sexually transmitted infections. She is also a diplomate of the Institute of Psychosexual medicine and the Society of Genito-Urinary medicine.


Dr Webberley has worked extensively within Sexual Health Services in Worcestershire, where she has provided support for transgender patients. She has also been involved in teaching and training programmes for undergraduates and qualified doctors on issues of discrimination against the trans community within the medical profession, and has developed training materials on the subject. Dr Webberley has been active in teaching throughout her career, this included a period spent teaching civilian and army doctors on all aspects of sexual health.

She worked with The Interactive Skills Unit at The University of Birmingham to produce training materials which included the production of a DVD with the Royal College of General Practitioners, in 2003.


Dr Webberley’s ongoing research into the assessment and care of patients with gender dysphoria includes a live project which seeks to better clarify the current problems in the care received by patients accessing the NHS Gender Clinics. These were outlined in the recent Parliamentary report on transgender equality which found serious deficiencies in health treatment of trans people.[2]

Speaking engagements

Dr Webberley is a member of WPATH [3] and has presented at the bi-annual meeting in Amsterdam. She communicates frequently with leading international figures in the field of transg</ref>ender medicine including: Dr Stephen Rosenthal, Clinical Director for transgender care at UCLA in California, (the largest and most highly respected unit in the world) and Dr Norman Spack (Retired Clinical Director at the Boston Transgender Children’s unit) both of whom provide advice and peer review, as does Bryan Timmins at Northamptonshire Gender Identity Clinic].


Webberley sat on the task and finish group for trans care in Wales (Welsh Health and Special Service committee). She chaired the Public Consultation meeting for Wales Transgender care which reported back to the minister. She also presented at the 2017 Faculty of Reproduction and Sexual Health annual meeting in Cardiff.