Welcome To Opa Mind

41% of people say they would hide a mental health problem from their friends and 28% of people say they would delay seeking any kind of professional help due to their fear of others finding out.

Our Solution

A mobile mental health support through with a voice diary that allows users to tell their own story

Powerful AI

Voice Analysis using our custom AI models to detect sentiment and emotion, reflecting therapeutic metrics and guidance back to users

Empowering Users

Empowering the user with the self confidence to engage with the therapeutic community

Using AI for good

Opa MIND’s new digital solution aimed at breaking the stigma around mental health will use Artificial Intelligence to empower users to improve their mental wellbeing.

The Opa MIND app, when work is complete, will invite users to contribute to a voice diary.

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What we address

People are often afraid to reach out for help due to the stigma that surrounds mental health issues.

The economic impact of metal health conditions on organisations are huge.

Current EAP programmes do not deal with the underlying issues experienced by employees

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Exclusive Features


AI ensemble detects emotions, keywords, sentiments and vocal patterns

Cloud First

Built on Amazon Web Services, leveraging the best in scalability and security

Reflection report

Innovative personalised reflection metrics of a users emotional state, developed in conjunction with academic best practice

Voice Tech

Developed with DCU’s Insight Centre for Data Analytics

Private, anonymous

User’s notes, metrics, reports and analysis are completely private to them

Graduated responses

Our academically validated algorithm is designed to move users to a place where they will be ready to engage with the wider therapeutic community


The cost of mental health conditions (and related consequences) is projected to rise to $6 trillion globally by 2030, from $2.5 trillion in 2010, according to a study published by the World Economic Forum and the Harvard School of Public Health. That would make the cost of poor mental health greater than that of cancer, diabetes, and respiratory ailments combined. Now, as people around the world contend with stress and social restrictions related to COVID-19, mental health has become a particular area of concern for policy-makers and health professionals. (World Economic Forum)


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