Somatic environments are tools to evaluate and manage the physical, affective, cognitive, and behavioral aspects of feeling ill.
Your patient finds themselves in their living room, watching a show about diseases.
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. It is especially useful for progressive muscle relaxation.
This environment engages with two interconnected scenarios. As the environment transitions from spring to summer, your patient can practice full-attention exercises.
For young patients between the ages of 6 to 12 years old, this environment is geared towards attention, joy, energy and relaxation. With several guided activities, this environment transitions from winter to autumn to summer to spring.