The main objective in the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is to get the complete and prolonged remission of symptoms, as well as the restoration of the operational level of presymptomatic (Dilbaz, Cavus Y Darcin, 2011). However, not all patients respond well to treatment of choice: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Which can be combined with training on relaxation techniques and/or pharmacological treatment.
Research conducted about this topic shows that treatment with Virtual Reality (VR) is a good alternative for people with GAD (Gorini & Riva, 2008). Mainly because it eases the learning process as well as the creation of a relaxing mood. particularly complicated in people with chronically raised voltage as in the case of this disorder.
Moreover, Psious virtual environments specially designed for the treatment of GAD, are very useful as the therapist can carry out exposure to the patient’s worrying in two different environments: a house and subway.