There has been some noise, in some countries, about doctors saying they should not be forced to administer treatments that they do not believe in. This is with reference to abortion, gender dysphoria etc.
My thinking is that if a psychologist diagnoses a patient with depression and sends the patient to their general practitioner to get a prescription for anti depressants, the doctor doesn’t get to say ‘I don’t believe in depression, you are just sad, snap out of it’ and not treat the patient!
Similarly if a mother brings her baby to be vaccinated the doctor doesn’t get to say ‘but I heard this may cause autism, besides, the kid isn’t sick, bring him back when he has measles and I will treat him then’.
Any doctors saying these things would be the subject of hearings, disciplinary action etc. So why is it any different with gender dysphoria? This is a real condition that needs treatment. As a medical professional you don’t get to choose which medical conditions you believe in and which you don’t. You have a duty to treat the patient. Just do it!