The field of human psychology is filled with Web sites that are of questionable accuracy. Some of them are downright weird, and visiting them can be disastrous to troubled individuals looking for advice. Even well-known names such as the New York Times cannot be trusted unconditionally - the spirit of Jason Blair has infiltrated their coverage of the behavioral sciences. I am not a psychiatrist or psychologist, but at least I'm a professional fact-checker (with a master's degree in library science from the University of Hawaii), and my Web site has passed the scrutiny of not less than two psychologists.
Amen, and kudos; and there many "reality sites" out there for all fields such as randi.org (paranormal), quakewatch.com (medicine), and of course, snopes.com! (everything)
The trick is to find the way to let people know that quacks and crack-pots are a dime a dozen on the web, but that there are island's of Truth, run by competent and generous experts in their fields.