Our memories don’t necessarily define us in the way we think they do. They are a narrative we have created over many years based on fragmented elements of events, situations, people and activities we have experienced. As with any narrative, we can change it to help us create a better present and future.
What is your relationship with virtual reality? Welcome to our October Newsletter. I hope this email finds you safe and well. As the days shorten, our clients report spending more time online and thus reach out to us to explore the benefits and challenges of virtual reality. We have hosted two events on the topic (more below) for the counselling profession and will continue with the subject in November as …
This month, we bring the key cyberpsychology concepts used in VR Therapy to you. Enjoy!
This month, we invite you to an introduction to VRTs (Virtual Reality Therapies).
In collaboration with the OnlineEvents platform, we will be sharing our insights, and you can now sign up for a self-selected fee here.