In response to questions that deal with mental health, it's common for the most upvoted answer to be something to the effect of "See a mental health professional." and then essentially leave it there.
This one here is a good example where it provides advice beyond 'See a professional'
While 'see a professional' may be necessary advice, it is not always sufficient.
Mental health professionals are not a magic bullet. It's not like someone who is dealing with depression or anxiety or whatever, goes and sees a professional, and then bam, cured, just like a broken leg would be.
A mental health professional can provide medication and talk through techniques for addressing certain problems, but typically dealing with mental health issues requires making changes in every facet of one's life.
A mental health professional can be the right person to discuss these things with, but they shouldn't be the only person someone can discuss their mental health with. That would serve to be more isolating for the person with mental health issues.
My point of this post is to remind me that when answering questions relating to mental health, make sure you're not just 'washing your hands of' the issue. Saying 'see a mental health professional' might be a good first paragraph, but shouldn't be considered a complete answer.