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Debate: The pressing need for research and services for gender desisters/detransitioners.
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‘Taking the lid off the box’: The value of extended clinical assessment for adolescents presenting with gender identity difficulties.
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Towards a gender exploratory model: Slowing things down, opening things up and exploring identity development.
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In support of research into rapid-onset gender dysphoria.
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