Psious’ generalized anxiety environments has been designed to elicit anxiety-related reactions in your patient. Accordingly, a host of our VR environments can be modified to generate anxiety responses, based on what is most necessary for your patient’s needs.
Your patient is in their living room, watching a show about leaving children in the care of others. Suddenly, they receive a call from school, asking that your patient call back immediately.
Your patient is in their living room. While watching a talk show about baby care, they hear a baby cry through the baby monitor.
There’s a strong thunderstorm and the patient is at home in the dining room, waiting for a relative to come back from home watching the news on TV where they explain to take precautions when driving.
The patient is at home in the dining room watching a tv show talking about illnesses like cancer, blood pressure or heart attacks.
The patient is in the subway going to work. There’s a breakdown and they have to stay still for a few minutes. The patient hears a conversation about getting late to work.