Reproducing real-life scenarios in the comfort of the therapy room and under the therapist`s guidance reduces clients` reluctance to be exposed to triggering situations due to the fear of being retraumatized. Thus, they are more likely to stay engaged in the whole therapeutic process and actually get the results they came for.
Increased commitment to therapy and better therapeutic outcome in children and youth with ADHD. For example, using guided relaxation, breathing, or focus VR environments at the beginning of the session help kids maintain their focus during the CBT part of the session.
People with severe social or generalized anxiety highly benefit from the relaxation VR environments prior to the CBT part of the session. They are noticeably calm, relaxed, and focused during the session. They report decreased muscle tension, decreased heart rate, and normalized breathing which help them to learn CBT tools more effectively.