Susan Bradley, ., of the University of Toronto, has worked extensively with children with gender identity disorder (GID). She regards GID as one of a number of attachment disorders. Bradley and Kenneth J. Zucker, two of the world's leading experts in GID in children, have declared that "clinicians should be optimistic, not nihilistic, about the possibility of helping the children to become more secure in their gender identity."
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