Artificial intelligence (AI) has been increasingly used in mental healthcare to provide psychological support and identify areas of risk for certain mental health conditions. However, concerns have been raised about the potential misuse of AI, particularly if not designed with psychological aspects in mind.
(AI) was being used as a therapeutic factor. It has revolutionized our world, bringing with it a host of benefits, disadvantages, and challenges.
(AI) provides psychological support with scientific methods to individuals who need psychological help, via virtual therapists and chatbots, in addition, the ability of AI to analyze patterns in large data sets to identify areas of risk for certain mental health conditions, and conceptualized the informative targeted early preventive interventions.
However, there are also concerns that (AI) may be misused, particularly if not designed with psychological aspects in mind. It’s not trained to recognize and respond appropriately to emotions, they may exacerbate feelings of isolation and distress in users.
Despite the benefits of using it, it has many risks Furthermore, as well as no one can expect how human’s use/misuse the artificial intelligence with psychotherapy; the use of (AI) in mental healthcare may bypass the most fundamental aspect of the therapeutic relationship.
At its core, psychotherapy is built on empathy, trust, and human understanding, which AI cannot yet replicate, till now Presenting a lecture on the dimensions of artificial intelligence and its relationship to education, treatment, and supervision in the psychotherapy profession .