Check out our appearance on the BBC, showcasing the use of our medical device at Worcestershire Royal Hospital

   Check out our appearance on the BBC, showcasing the use of our medical device at Worcestershire Royal Hospital

Check out our appearance on the BBC, showcasing the use of our medical device at Worcestershire Royal Hospital

All our use cases > Psychiatry

Psychiatry

Indications

Use of virtual reality during a psychiatric session to improve patient comfort and help patients speak out

Indications

Utilisation de la réalité virtuelle lors d'une séance en psychiatrie pour améliorer le confort du patient et aider à la prise de parole

                                              Clinical studies

Clinical studies

Clinical study published in a journal of psychology
+30%-24%-30%-22%
COMPETITION RATEDEPRESSIONGENERALIZED ANXIETYANXIETY

Evaluation of a mindfulness-based intervention with and without virtual reality – Dialectical Behaviour Therapy® – mindfulness training for the treatment of generalised anxiety disorder in primary care, Frontiers in Psychology, 2019.

Navarro-Haro M. V., et al.

Results: Significant increase in adherence to meditation sessions in the meditation group with virtual reality (100% completion rate) compared to the meditation group without virtual reality (70% completion rate). Significant pre- and post-intervention improvement in GAD-7, HADS-anxiety, HADS-depression, FFMQ-writing, FFMQ-acting with awareness, DERS-confusion, DERS-impulse, MAIA-autoregulation, MAIA-body-listening, and MAIA-confidence (p < 0.001) scales. N=39

Clinical study published in a journal of psychology
+30% -24%
COMPETITION RATE DEPRESSION
-30% -22%
GENERALIZED ANXIETY ANXIETY

Evaluation of a mindfulness-based intervention with and without virtual reality – Dialectical Behaviour Therapy® – mindfulness training for the treatment of generalised anxiety disorder in primary care, Frontiers in Psychology, 2019.

Navarro-Haro M. V., et al.

Results: Significant increase in adherence to meditation sessions in the meditation group with virtual reality (100% completion rate) compared to the meditation group without virtual reality (70% completion rate). Significant pre- and post-intervention improvement in GAD-7, HADS-anxiety, HADS-depression, FFMQ-writing, FFMQ-acting with awareness, DERS-confusion, DERS-impulse, MAIA-autoregulation, MAIA-body-listening, and MAIA-confidence (p < 0.001) scales. N=39

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