We currently live on the verge of a clog in public healthcare being massively relieved by the use of AI. We are also currently living in an age where anxiety and adverse mental health is on the rise. Despite several organisations offering counselling at a low cost or free, the majority of people who seek emotional and psychological help rely heavily on private counsellors. Facial recognition as an addition to an AI counselling service could prove highly beneficial, as the bot has the ability to recognise patterns not only on speech rhythm, intonation and breath, but also facial expressions that would compose a better profile in order to trigger the questions that the patient is really seeking answers to. All of this coming at a fraction of the cost of a regular therapy session, with hopefully the same or better results as tradtional face to face therapy. NOTE: This exercise should be attached to a non-exploitative confidential agreement between the software developers, researchers and patients. This would be the ideal use of emotion-recognition.