VIRTUAL REALITY THERAPY FOR PHOBIAS
Virtual reality therapy (VRT is a form of therapy that uses technology (i.e. a virtual reality headset) to immerse the client in a computer-generated environment. The virtual environment is designed to mimic real-life situations or scenarios that trigger the person's symptoms or fears. Through the use of specialized software, the therapist can control and manipulate the virtual environment to gradually expose the individual to their fears or triggers in a controlled and safe manner.
The therapists Chicago Counseling Center are trained in providing VRT to help you conquer fears of the common phobias (flying, driving, heights) as well as concerns related to claustrophobia and social anxiety as well.
The VRT system used at this clinic is powered by Psious and it is truly “therapy beyond imagination.” VRT provides an incredible opportunity for clients to work on their phobias directly, and in the comfort of our office. Check out this video to experience some of the scenes you may encounter when you come in for VRT.
This treatment is getting amazing reviews from both clinicians and clients. Clinicians are noticing improvement in client outcomes. More importantly, clients are reporting that virtual reality therapy has significantly changed their lives. We want to help you manage your fears too! So, please don’t hesitate to contact us and get started!
“Each scenario is designed, supervised, and tested by psychologists to ensure its functionality and robustness in the context of exposure therapy.”-Psious
Before seeing Taylor, I was struggling with OCD behavior, compulsive exercise, and learning how to cope with my past in a healthy way. He was very patient, understanding, and non-judgmental, which allowed me to uncover problems that were essentially being pushed aside. I used to get uncomfortable and self-conscious about discussing certain things that happened when I was younger, but the environment that he creates is very welcoming and I felt at ease when memories came to mind. He also asked me…