Claustrophobia environments work over the fear of closed spaces in situations where your patient feels shut in and escaping might be difficult. These environments allow for repetition and complete control over exposure parameters, including the number of people, distance between the walls, elevator malfunctions and more.
Your patient finds themselves inside an elevator. They can enter or leave as many times as they would like. You can modify their experience through the presence or the absence of people and the possibility of an elevator malfunction.
Your patient is in a hospital waiting room, about to receive an MRI scan.
Your patient is inside an elevator that can stop at different floors. After travelling up or down the elevator, your patient can exit.
Your patient can take the elevator to the basement, walk down a narrow corridor until they reach an enclosed space, which can be regulated based on what you believe your patient needs.