The environments for this area will help to evaluate and work on the symptomatology related to autism spectrum disorders.
This environment simulates classroom harassment that is verbal, physical and indirect. When this environment is activated, you can initiate booing, laughing or whispering.
Your patient is in a small street, lined with restaurants. The number of people in the street and restaurants can be controlled along with the events.
Your patient is in an open space in a public square. You can control the amount of people in the square such that your patient is gradually exposed to their fears.
This virtual environment allows your patient to practice mindfulness and acceptance exercises as they walk through a peaceful meadow.
This environment is unique in that it engages with Jacobson’s relaxation and induction techniques as your patient takes a mental journey of their body.
This environment engages with two interconnected scenarios. As the environment transitions from spring to summer, your patient can practice full-attention exercises.
This environment allows your patient to participate in imagination exercises as they explore a serene island. While relaxing to the sound of the ocean or the sight of a waterfall, they can engage in relaxation exercises using our audio guide.
Using tension relaxation exercises, ordered by muscle groups, this virtual environment can train your patient in the practice of progressive muscle relaxation.