I have read the replies and wrote this revised TOS. I don't think the changes are too significant and I don't [think] the revised version is definit[iv]ely better than the old one. But if people like it maybe it can be considered. Revised sections are in bold:
Dhamma Wheel is for the exploration and discussion of the Dhamma. While the aim of the Dhamma is to provide a path to the end of suffering, members of Dhamma Wheel are not qualified to deal with acute episodes of mental illness of another, as expressed on a discussion forum. The Administrators and Moderators of Dhamma Wheel request your compliance with regards to the following guidelines which is designed for the benefit of all:
-- Members who are suffering a serious mental illness are advised to seek help from a qualified medical professional, therapy, or trusted persons (for example a family member or monastic).
Members who are suffering from an acute phase of a mental illness, including intention to self harm and/or suicidal should seek immediate assistance. http://www.befrienders.org/index.asp
-- Members who are experiencing an acute phase of mental illness or suicidal ideation are welcome to seek referral to medical and crisis services from administrators and moderators.
-- Members are asked not to use Dhamma Wheel as a platform to express intentions of self harm or suicide, the experience of voices or other hallucinations or other artefacts of acute mental illness.
-- When encountering a member suffering an acute episode of a mental illness, we should treat that member with compassion and refer that member to appropriate counsel or
emergency services within that person's community and to Dhamma Wheel staff.--Members are asked to be cautious about labelling other members as mentally ill, as it is a term that is vague or misleading in certain contexts, and can cause stigmatization.
It's mostly minor, but, anyway, there you go.