The company’s image is represented by its logo: a chemical representation of the serotonin molecule the letters ‘M,’ ‘I,’ and ‘T’ (Mirror Interpretation Todorova) replace the symbols for the neurotransmitter’s constituent chemicals. “Mirror” represents the transparency and professionalism of our services; “Interpretation” represents the service our company provides, spoken interpretation of one language in another, and “Todorova” is the company owner’s legal name.
The neurotransmitter serotonin is often called the “happiness hormone” because it promotes a positive mood and feelings of well-being and contentment. Like serotonin, an interpreter is a “transmitter” of information that serves as a communication channel between two people who speak different languages. Although an interpreter transmits information through language rather than nervous impulse, he or she serves as a source of well-being.Both serotonin and an interpreter help regulate your mood naturally. Serotonin has some cognitive functions, including memory and learning. Modulation of serotonin at synapses is thought to be a major action of several classes of pharmacological antidepressants. When your serotonin levels are normal, you feel happier, calmer, more focused, less anxious, and more emotionally stable. The role of the interpreter is to provide interpretation services without adding, omitting, or changing the meaning and the content of the information. Interpreting is efficient only through excellent memory and learning ability. It requires key resources of concentration and appropriate social behavior that incorporates respect for the privacy and culture of other humans. The transparent communication implemented by the interpreter helps regulate the anxiety of both communicating parties, enabling them to experience a good mood and providing them with happiness. Interpretation helps people in a new environment feel calmer; they are understood, focused on their success, and emotionally stable because they have solved their problems thanks to the interpreter’s role as a transmitter of information.