Hi, it is a valid point. Giving advice is fine if u compare it to irl, anyone can give advice, friend to friend , peer to peer, etc.
But if someone speaks here offering medical advice, or claiming that their advice is more authoritative because of medical training,that's a worry. Peer to peer advice is best coming from our own experience.,.eg this happened to me,and I managed it this way.
Each person navigating health challenges, anxiety, depression,and the mh system, is an expert in a way, on healing and recovering from adversity.
That's okay to claim knowledge, expertise, and experience in such.But to claim to be a medical expert eg..to say...I studied psychology so I know this treatment works...is not safe here or in best interest of others.