Learn how to work on ADHD with virtual reality

Learn how to work on ADHD with virtual reality

Learn how psychologist Olga Fernández Jucal treated a 10-year-old boy diagnosed with ADHD using virtual reality. He was diagnosed by a neurologist with attention deficit and stood out for his above-average intelligence but had trouble getting good grades in school and also had some behavior problems.

With this webinar you will learn:

  • How was the traditional therapy and its low effectiveness
  • Intervention with the VR in every session
  • How VR helped improve the attention and self-esteem
  • Patient’s school performance improvement
  • Effectiveness of the treatment with Virtual Reality
  • Environments of Psious platform that were used
Clinical case ADHD

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Did you know that ADHD is a chronic disorder, has a neurological origin and affects 50% of the child and youth population in mental health? There are studies showing that 20% of school failure is associated with ADHD and there are 2 children with this disorder in each class.

In this clinical case, when implementing VR therapies the boy’s change was so big that the school informed his parents he did not have to work the attention in therapy anymore.

VR improves the treatment of patients with this disorder by using the environments of mindfulness, distraction, breathing, and other techniques as demonstrated in the clinical trial conducted by the Hospital Vall d’Hebron and Sant Joan de Déu. Using VR in your practice also increases the retention rate by keeping the patients more motivated and they are more predisposed to this kind of treatment.

Do you want to know how to apply VR in your practice?


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