Depression-related environments are tools that allow evaluation and management of sadness. With these environments, you can adopt different treatment strategies and work towards improving depressive symptoms.
Your patient finds themselves sitting at a bar table, having an informal conversation with their companions. Each of these companions represents a communicative style – passive, assertive, aggressive, and mixed. Your patient will listen to the conversation at the table, interact and respond.
This environment allows you to work with patients who have trouble taking public transportation. It can also simulate commute to work and school.
Your patient is in an open space in a public square. You can control the amount of people in the square.