Acrophobia – VR Therapy

Virtual Reality Therapy for Acrophobia

Acrophobia environments are tools that allow evaluation and interventions for fear of heights. VR is a strong alternative to traditional exposure techniques for acrophobia, which gives the therapist complete control of exposure variables. Not only is it less expensive in terms of logistics, time and effort, but it also reduces the probability that your patient will refuse treatment.

New York City rooftop

Your patient is at the top of one of the tallest buildings in New York City.

Barcelona rooftop

A virtual building in Barcelona will transport us to its rooftop.

Exterior elevator

Your patient is inside a glass elevator on the side of a building. The elevator’s height can be gradually increased until it reaches the roof.

…and more environments to evaluate and treat Acrophobia.

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