In my mind no doubt I’d be okay with the women who underwent the action to have extensive psychological assesement but I’m also wondering it would be a good idea for the medical staff would the action to get some evaluation as well.
_ I mean if I’m guessing that there’s times particularly when a woman’s life is at stake that staff sadly and reluctantly do it…and that leaves some heavy stones in ppl’s hearts that could use some special kind of empathy and analysis from professionals
Yet as for those who make it there common work to do such deeds particularly those who work at clinics…well I’m really curious to know what keeps them ticking when doing such a thing and still think it would better if they got extensive assessments done on them after those actions even if they lack remorse.
I know the idea of ppl who do terminating getting psych evaluation wouldn’t have to be enacted if they weren’t do it in the first place (whether on a rare or regular basis ) but wouldn’t it be a worthwhile inquiry to do if possible to help prevent such doings?.
Yeah,yeah.There’s additional questions like how the psych ppl are going to use their findings,who the info will be shared with,maybe the ppl who did it are too uppity and think that with their creditionals they’re beyond such evaluations etc but still…