Emily is the Director of the Mental Health Navigator, an organization set up to connect community members to mental health resources: https://www.mentalhealthnavigator.co.uk/
Hi Max, thanks for your comment! Yes the domain was down while security features were being added. It took 48 hours per change for the changes to propagate. Sorry for the inconvenience. The domain's back up and running now though! For future reference, you can always keep up with the status of our website via our LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/mentalhealthnavigator/) , Twitter (https://twitter.com/mhnavigator), and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/mentalhealthnavigator/) pages :)
Thanks for your feedback Sebastian! We'll take it into account. We're working with another organization to transition away from AirTable to a more user-friendly data base tool they're building, but that is going to take some time. AirTable's the best we have for now, but we are working on another solution :)
Hi Sebastian! Sure thing! For both findings, they were findings that were not explicitly measured, but rather were provided as additional information by respondents, so please note that this is the case. That said:
I agree, from experience speaking with a few people, coaching with people who understand EA-values (though who do not necessarily identify with Effective Altruism themselves) is more helpful for some career-related growth areas, whereas support from medical and other mental health professionals who are willing to listen and try to understand (though who do not necessarily know much about Effective Altruism) seems to be ok for medical diagnoses and therapy.