Virtual Reality Solution for Mental Health Professionals

Amelia's virtual reality software benefits healthcare professionals in their work with a wide array of patients and with a variety of techniques.

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  • The most comprehensive and flexible VR solution

    High degree of control and customizable to the user need.

  • Easy to use

    Set it up and get started right away. No installation or technical knowledge required.

  • Support remote and in-person care

    Broaden your possibilities by using VR for remote care.

  • Affordable

    Virtual reality tool as a service. A monthly fee accessible for all budgets.

One of the benefits of VR in mental health counseling is the potential to provide greater flexibility in session timing, improved cost effectiveness and better patient acceptance (García-Palacios et al. 2007). The Amelia VR platform has more than 100 virtual environments and scenes. It supports professionals who target a variety of disorders to tailor and apply multiple techniques. Benefits of virtual reality technology include total immersion, control of exhibition parameters and the possibility to repeat scenes.

Learn more about the benefits of virtual reality in healthcare and how Amelia can help you in your practice

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Amelia Virtual Care streamlines the entire process.

VR solution

With multiple features, a simple control panel and complete VR equipment, the Amelia VR solution lets you easily control your VR therapy sessions.

VR kit

A complete set of VR equipment that is 100% integrated with the Amelia Virtual Care platform including:

  • headset to comfortably fit each user and easily synchronize with the Amelia Virtual Care platform.
  • An Electrodermal response sensor that easily fits the patient’s fingers to measure a patient’s sweat response (i.e., galvanic skin response) during sessions. *Only available outside of EU, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Northern Ireland.

VR platform

flexible and easy to use VR platform

More than 100 virtual environments and dozens of functionalities to make the applications of virtual reality to professional practice easier for clinicians.

Multiple work configurations specially designed for psychotherapists, and a simple control panel available for use. The platform lets you plan and control your sessions seamlessly, a tremendous benefit of VR in mental health counseling.

  • Work with a variety of content
  • Take control of sessions
  • Receive real-time responses
  • Enjoy reporting all in one place
  • Work remotely with patients

Remote VR solution

The advantage of virtual reality combined with the freedom of remote sessions.

The Amelia’s App broadens your possibilities by giving you complete access to the comprehensive VR library of 100 environments and by easily connect remotely with your patients through a smartphone, an iPad or a laptop.

Mental health professionals can also prescribe tasks between sessions using the relaxation and mindfulness environments.

Training and support

The Amelia Virtual Care Academy program prepares therapists to use the platform correctly and supports them in their continuous education to excel in their practices.

Take advantage of exclusive access to the Academy Training Program and resources (manuals, example cases and best practices) to learn how to best work with your patients using VR.

  • Basic initiation course
  • Tutorials
  • Manuals
  • Case studies
  • Online courses
  • Marketing guide and resources

VR library with over 100 VR environments personalizable to the patient's needs.

  • Mindfulness

  • Social situations

  • Public Speaking

  • High places

  • Flying

  • Tight spaces

  • Moods

  • Eating


  • What is Virtual Reality?

    VR can be defined as sets of three-dimensional environments with which a person interacts in real time. Generating senses of presence and immersion, VR technology elicits emotional responses similar to those provoked by real-life situations. The senses of immersion and presence are, in fact, characteristic components of this kind of technology. The Amelia VR solution offers professionals the opportunity to work with difficult-to-reproduce real-life situations, so they can control VR environments to suit the patient’s individual needs. This technology lets mental health professionals hold personalized virtual reality sessions within the safety of a consultation room.

  • How has VR been applied in psychology?

    The potential of virtual reality as a tool in psychotherapy interventions and evaluations in clinical practice was discovered more than 30 years ago. Research in psychology already provides a broad empirical base that includes virtual reality or augmented reality protocols, with proven therapeutic efficiency (Botella et al., 2012). Virtual reality exposure therapy (VRET) enables gradual, individualized, controlled and immersive exposure, so therapists can easily implement care that may be more acceptable to patients than in vivo exposure. At Amelia Virtual Care, we develop virtual environments, so healthcare professionals can take advantage of accessible, flexible, customizable and appealing tools. All our environments are based on bibliographical reviews of validated studies, as well as on clinical experiences gained by mental health professionals.

  • Is Amelia Virtual Care a tool only for psychologists?

    No. Amelia Virtual Care has been designed for mental care professionals (psychologists, psychotherapists, psychiatrists, therapists, counselors, hypnotherapists, etc.) and other healthcare specialists. The content available within the platform is customizable for each type of practice.

  • What are the benefits for my patients?

    There is much scientific bibliography on VR benefits in mental health and compares VR efficacy to in vivo traditional techniques. A leading benefit that VR will bring to your practice is the possibility to apply a wide range of techniques without the use of traditional methods like imagination or in vivo exposure. Imagination skills can vary from one person to another, and it usually requires great effort for only mild results. Also, in vivo exposure has shown a high level of rejection, as it is often considered overly intense (García-Palacios et al., 2007). VR offers highly customized sessions, increases confidentiality and reduces logistic costs (Maldonado J.G., 2002). This helps your patient to focus and relax to get the most of therapy. If you want to learn more about the benefits of VR for mental health, visit our Benefits page.

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