Contributed by Heather Hessel

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Using AI to Be Better Therapists

A Conversation with Heather Hessel

Will people really turn to a human if a “humanly enough” chatbot is available? What if human-to-human therapy becomes accessible only to a privileged few? Read more

Can AI Make Us Better Therapists?

Using New Technology for Supervision

AI is already being used to create treatment plans, track client change, and detect empathy. How else could it help therapists? Read more

Heather Hessel

Heather Hessel, PhD, LMFT, is an assistant professor in the Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Human Services at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. She has an active research agenda focusing on emerging adulthood, extended family relationships, and the intersection of technology and clinical work. Her clinical practice includes working with individuals, couples, and families.