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New A.I tool for Therapists

Mental Health

can elude even the best Therapist

Introducing world’s first

Speech-to-Emotions A.I Translator

Emo-7ions employs a color-coded system to associate your words with the emotions you convey, illustrating the personal significance of each word.

This allows Therapists to identify the root cause of the patient’s problem(s).

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How does Emo-7ions work?

Facial Recognition + Speech-to-text color coding

The intricate relationship between words and emotions is evident in the interconnected neural processes of the brain. Whenever individuals undergo emotional experiences, the regions responsible for processing word semantics are concurrently engaged, highlighting the intricate and intertwined nature of linguistic and emotional cognition in the human brain.*


How can it help teens?

Students may be hesitant to express the challenges they encounter, or they might lack the words to articulate their situations. Emo-7ions assist therapists in precisely identifying the primary issues faced by teens by accurately detecting specific moods through the words they say/ do not say.


How can it help workplace?

Adults in the workplace may struggle to articulate work challenges.
Emo-7ions aid by precisely identifying issues through language analysis, helping create a supportive environment and fostering effective communication for problem-solving.


How can it help mental health patients?

Patients often face challenges expressing mental health issues.
Emo-7ions assists by accurately identifying emotional states through language, facilitating better understanding and targeted support for improved mental well-being.

I am a single mother of two children below 6 years old and I have experienced depression in both pregnancies and undergone therapies even now after years of giving birth due to life stressors and having to provide and raise my children single handedly.
I believe that Emo-7ions can help me become more self aware of my mental wellbeing so I can be able to align with solutions.
Yes I do feel sad but being optimistic about the situations I am currently faced with.


Jace, this is incredible work you do. I just went through my Eleos Sensors report and this product really uncovers deep emotions.

I genuinely thought I was healing and coming out of it, but going through it, I still see the disgust I feel towards myself, which answers a lot of questions.
Wow! Wow!

Reading the report helped me better in knowing where I was and what I need to deal with.

I discover that I have some feelings of disgust and anger, not just to the problem but for myself.

Sharon B.

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I had a very troubled childhood as I had a mom that worked the night shift so she could provide for the family. This caused her to be abusive at times.
Although my father lived in the same house as us, I never had the opportunity to spend any time with him or establish a relationship with him. 

I was molested by my uncle at an early age, which caused me to retaliate against them. My grandmother was the only person I trusted and truly admired, as she was my rock. However she died when I was sixteen. Despite my best efforts, I could not commit suicide or run away. 
My mother took me to therapy. I couldn’t talk about the abuse to the therapist because she was in the same room.

When I had the opportunity to use your Sensor, it was truly enlightening and beneficial for me to understand my own emotions. Your work on this video sensor is impressive! I’m amazed on the work that you guys are doing. Thank you for the opportunity.

Hanre C.

It was an amazing experience.
At first, I must confess, I thought I’d not be able to open up and talk about very personal feelings and emotions, but to my surprise I just did. I felt very comfortable talking about things I wasn’t even brave enough to internally think about.

At first, I must confess I was skeptical about how sincere I’d be to answer the questions by being honest and able to express my real, personal feelings But as I started to talk, that changed completely. I was as honest as I’d be with a real therapist and even more.

I’ve been trying to start therapy for years. Schedules several appointments, but never went. I did not know how to begin: what would I say first? There are so many issues!
Will I trust the therapist to tell him/her my most personal/intimate/deepest feelings? Will him/her give me advice or just listen and take notes? But during this process of using Emo-7ions, I was able to open up and do so maybe because I knew it wasn’t a real person?

The results were revealing! Deep inside me, I knew the results presented were true. But only after the session and analyzing the report, did I truly accept and acknowledge that. I am indeed neutral (better said, numb) and happy after all.

During the process of reviewing the report, I had the opportunity to reflect and truly accept my real feelings.

Julio, M

I’m currently going through depression which started after I left my husband from domestic abuse and became worse after my father died last August of 2020.
Eleos Sensors has provided me a new view into the emotions I have. Most of the emotions that stood out were sadness and it was able to capture as well my happiness when I was talking about happy memories from the past.

Thank you for this and I am able to understand how I am feeling now. I am glad to have taken part of this project.

Jean D.

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University of Göttingen. “How words get an emotional meaning.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 9 January 2019. <>

SatPute, A. B., & Lindquist, K. A. (2021). At the Neural Intersection Between Language and Emotion. Affective Science, 2(2), 207-220.

Lieberman, M. D., Eisenberger, N. I., Crockett, M. J., Tom, S. M., Pfeifer, J. H., & Way, J. H. (2007). Putting feelings into words: affect labeling disrupts amygdala activity in response to affective stimuli. Psychological Science, 18(5), 421-428

Lindquist, K. A., SatPute, A. B., & Gendron, M. (2015). Does language do more than communicate emotion? Current Directions in Psychological Science, 24(2), 99-108.

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