Today I’m going to talk with a therapist about how to be more human and more yourself in the age of AI and automation. I’m curious to explore how therapists can help clients who are feeling stressed or dissatisfied with their work because of all the – well, in general, life issues and in addition to how automation impacts all of us. David Chambers has insights we can all use to become more who we want to be and find our higher selves.
One of the goals here is to understand when it’s time to seek professional help. How does one do that and what are the benefits of working with a therapist?
So, welcome to a spirited conversation about embracing our humanity in the era of AI and automation. David has a unique perspective on how to stay true to ourselves amidst the whirlwind of technological advancements. David’s insights are a guiding light for those grappling with the challenges and opportunities that AI and automation present.
Let’s face it—we’ve all experienced moments of stress or dissatisfaction in our work and lives, and sometimes, the rapid pace of automation can amplify those feelings. But fear not! David is here to share how therapists can empower individuals to navigate these complexities and find their higher selves.
At the heart of our discussion is the quest to be more human in the age of automation and AI. We’ll delve into the importance of incorporating perspectives from therapists who specialize in work-related stress. After all, haven’t we all been there—yearning for someone to listen and offer thoughtful reflections?
No matter how much automation or AI permeates our offices and lives, there’s a core need to be authentic and secure in ourselves. So, let’s embark on this journey and celebrate the beauty of being human!
David can be reached at BecomeLessAngry.com
Originally published at BeyondAI at Substack.