@albedo RE: no way to enforce things; Yeaaah, that's why I was saying that group consensus would be invaluable if there can't be a leader. I think that the "chat therapist" volunteer position would have to be something like the classroom volunteer who takes other ill children to the nurse's office. It's not the same person all the time, and the person signing up for it would have the wider support of the chat if they needed to tap out or get some relief of their own. There would have to be a kind of informal schedule of some kind, with like, two or three people "on call" so to speak. This is how we do it at crisis call centers, so, you know. It works, I just don't know know if people actually want to do it.