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Thinking Man on Couch

Does your client struggle to communicate how they feel?

More than half of people with mental illness don't receive help for their disorders. Often, people avoid or delay seeking treatment due to concerns about being treated differently or fears of losing their jobs and livelihood.


That's because stigma, prejudice and discrimination against people with mental illness are still very much a problem. 


A visualisation tool for wellbeing practitioners to use during interventions

Remote or on-location.

Who to Use Anomie With

Anomie isn't made for everybody, but it can be particularly effective with these clients

Communication & Safety

Virtual reality is making remote embodied therapy possible through full-body immersion and 6dof. 

  • Anomie can be used for clients who: 

    • Not very verbal

    • Have difficulties finding words to describe their experience or feelings

    • Overthink

    • have difficulties maintaining eye contact

    • Have social anxiety

    • Autism

    • Lost contact with a body system

    • Physically live too far away to attend face-to-face sessions

  • Clients who feel more comfortable with technology and play videogames like Fortnite, Roblox or Minecraft; Anomie will feel familiar.


    Methodology: Our approach is focused on client-led or value-based practice and storytelling focused. Clients create scenes, characters, memories with brushes & 3d objects

    We co-designed this with creative art therapists and have a safety room, option camera features and the ability to turn tools on or off.

  • Anomie is great for personal expression and gives clients a protective headset floatation tank space where they can be free instead of the classic Freud sofa environment.

    1. Empowerment and Autonomy

    2. Personalization and client-centered therapy: clients can tailor the virtual environment to their unique need

    Anomie is useful for clients who are not very verbal; have difficulties finding words to describe their experience or feelings. It's also helpful for people who struggle with dissociation.

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