The author recounts their struggle to find a therapist due to various challenges, emphasizing that many people who need mental health care do not have the resources necessary to access it. They discuss the potential use of AI for mental health support, particularly focusing on chatbots like ChatGPT. While some people have reported positive experiences with these chatbots, experts warn that AI is not a replacement for human therapists and raises concerns such as privacy, biases, and the ability to handle complex cases. The article also touches on the broader issue of finding solutions to the mental health care access crisis. Despite the potential benefits of AI in mental health care, ethical implementation is emphasized, and the author conveys that the solution to the access crisis extends beyond technology. In conclusion, while AI could potentially aid people in improving their mental health care outcomes, it should be approached with caution and cannot fully address the complex issues surrounding the mental health care crisis.