DOI: 10.52982/lkj253

Abstract: In the digital age, the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in supervisory practices in psychotherapy presents new opportunities for enhancing service quality and accessibility, especially in regions with limited supervisory resources. This paper examines the application of AI tools, such as text-based neural networks in supporting mental health professionals by assisting in case analysis, generating metaphors, and developing therapeutic techniques, thus facilitating more comprehensive and accessible supervision. The rresults indicated great convenience and positive effectiveness of AI in supervision. The findings suggest that AI can significantly enhance the supervisory experience by providing dynamic, context-aware support, though perceptions of effectiveness vary. The implications for future research include the need for further development of AI functionalities, ethical considerations, and integration of diverse psychotherapeutic approaches to meet the evolving professional needs of psychotherapists.

Keywords: artificial intelligence, psychotherapy supervision, text-based neural networks, positive and transcultural psychotherapy, mental health services