Virtual Reality Therapy

Use Virtual Reality to expose patients to sources of distress

Scientific research shows that a skilled therapist can more effectively treat anxiety, compulsions, addictions, phobias, and post-traumatic stress with VR.
Graduated Exposure Therapy

Graduated Exposure Therapy

Use Limbix VR to gradually expose patients to phobias from the comfort of your office. Therapists can control exposure levels to help patients face increasingly stressful situations.
Teleport Patients Anywhere

Teleport Patients Anywhere

Trigger important memories and emotions by teleporting patients to any address, such as a childhood home or place of trauma. Limbix VR uses Google Street View so therapists can take patients anywhere on Google Maps in VR.
Watch YouTube in VR

Watch YouTube in VR

Therapists can use YouTube videos to administer exposure therapy in VR. Patients can view any YouTube video while fully immersed in VR, which reduces distraction and creates "presence" during exposures.
Promote Relaxation Techniques

Promote Relaxation Techniques

When patients suffer from extreme anxiety, you can immerse them in relaxing environments that calm racing minds. Choose soothing environments such as beaches, mountains, lakes, and more.
Works on Daydream Smartphones

Works on Daydream Smartphones

Limbix VR works on smartphones that are compatible with Google Daydream. To use Limbix VR, therapists need both a Daydream View headset and a compatible smartphone, such as the Galaxy S8, Pixel, or Moto Z.

Coming August 2017

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