Category Archives: Therapy

Will the Rise of VR Change the Face of Therapy?

2016 looks like it’s going to be the year of virtual reality (VR), with PlayStation VR, the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift all expected to release in the next few months. But while it may be the hottest thing in gaming, VR already has a rich history of therapeutic use. Virtual reality therapy (VRT) […]

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The Social Worker

By: Alex Carlson “Maybe you have OCD.” This is the phrase a social worker said to me one day. I had talked with this person for a while about my recurring thoughts and anxieties, but continuously dismissed their words, thinking that my situation was something I really could “get over.” It was in high school. […]

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Game Designer Jason L. Blair Writes About Dealing With OCD

Over on his blog, “I Have My Eye On You,” game designer Jason L. Blair has some thoughts to share about the true nature of OCD: “I was exhausted. The more people I was around, the more energy I had to put into pretending I was fine. I couldn’t let the mask slip. I couldn’t […]

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