VR Soon a Clinical Reality in Psychosis Care

Published: July 5, 2018
Category: News

While VR therapy is still in the early stages of research, the current evidence suggests it can reduce paranoia and improve sociability without significant risk of patients’ becoming detached from reality.
In many respects, Molly Porter is like any other human resources specialist conducting a job interview. She is dedicated, thorough, and knows the right questions to ask. The only difference is that Molly isn’t real; she’s a virtual avatar on a video monitor, and her function today is to help patients recovering from psychosis develop important social skills.
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