Virtual reality isn’t just for gamers anymore. As part of a groundbreaking initiative, CU Boulder’s Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) is piloting the use of VR to treat students working through mental health conditions.
The new program, available to students now, aims to integrate VR with traditional therapy techniques for students facing anxiety, depression and other common mental health issues. The technology can also be used to treat phobias such as the fear of heights (acrophobia), the fear of public speaking (glossophobia) Read More
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