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Trauma and PTSD

A serious and potentially debilitating condition, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can occur as a result of any traumatic experience or event. In a routine situation, the brain will shift the body from 'survival mode' to a state of recovery, however with PTSD that shift never transpires, leaving the survivor in a constant state of terror and angst.

Chronic and Complex Pain

Pain is the body's way of sending a warning that something is wrong; a normal reaction to an injury or illness. Unfortunately for many people, the pain continues long after the body heals. Chronic and Complex Pain often leads to depression and anxiety, and can interfere with daily life. Although it can be difficult to treat, it's not impossible!

Dissociative Disorders

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and Dissociative Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (DDNOS) are indicated by an involuntary escape from reality identified as a detachment between thoughts, identity, consciousness and memory.

Mood Disorders

Mood Disorders are a mental health category that broadly defines all types of depression and bipolar disorders. Anyone can feel sad or depressed from time to time, however, Mood Disorders are more intense and harder to manage—characterized by continuous disruption in mood such as elevated mood (mania), depression and/or mood swings.

Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders are dangerous, often fatal, mental illnesses that are linked with severe disruptions in an individual's eating behaviors and related thoughts and emotions. Common eating disorders include Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge-Eating Disorder.

Behavioral Disorders

Behavioral Disorders correspond with a pattern of disruptive behaviors and cause problems in work and interpersonal situations. Everyone shows some of these behaviors at one time or another, but behavior disorders are more serious leading to Inattention, Hyperactivity, Lack of Impulse Control, Defiant behavior, Drug Use and criminal activity.

Anxiety Disorders

Occasional anxiety is an anticipated part of life, but for people anxiety disorders, the anxiety does not go away but can instead get worse over time. Anxiety Disorders are characterized by overwhelming worry and extreme fear or concern. This condition can interfere with quality of life and the ability to function effectively at home or at work.

Substance Use Disorders

Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) are characterized by the use of one or more substances which causes clinical impairment and/or distress. SUDs are identified by an array of mental, physical, and behavioral symptoms that may cause problems such as hazardous use, loss of control and strain on relationships and social life.

Co-Occurring Disorders

Co-Occurring Disorders, or Dual Diagnosis, is most commonly the condition of suffering from a mental illness and a coexisting substance abuse issue. This term can also refer to other combinations of disorders. For example, approximately 80 percent of individuals with eating disorders are diagnosed with another psychiatric disorder.

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Users revert to positive coping skills; patients teleport to new realities and experience an interactive way to improve mental health through immersive environments and gamified therapies with access to an Autonomous User Rehabilitation Agent (AURA) to guide, customize and personalize Mixed Reality Experiences.​