Virtual Reality to REduce Anxiety in CHildhood (VR-REACH)

The VR-REACH project demonstrates a novel method for the therapy of school anxiety in children and adolescents using a VR application as part of a pilot study. In particular, scenarios are created and tested on children and adolescents. The aim is to gain insights into the possibility of treating mental disorders through virtual reality. The aim is to investigate the development of more effective possibilities for the therapy of school anxiety.

 
Contact at the BHT:

Prof. Dr. Kristian Hildebrand