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Depression can occur regardless of age, gender, and social status. Depression is a disease that must be treated.

Depression is neither a cause for shame nor a weakness. Depression is basically a condition that requires help and understanding. This mental ailment can affect the entire cross section of society, affecting children, adolescents, adults and seniors. It manifests itself in a sense of sadness, decreased will to live, negative perception of reality, low self-esteem and loss of interests. It can be caused by a mishap or be the result of changes in the biochemistry of the brain. Each of us experiences low mood, discouragement and sadness, but if such a condition persists for a longer period of time, it can be an alarming signal, especially when the symptoms become bothersome for everyday functioning. We can diagnose depression when its symptoms persist for at least 2 weeks.

Depression, like any other condition reducing the quality of life, requires treatment. Treating depression can include medication, psychotherapy, or both. We have developed VR TierOne psychotherapy based on the proven therapeutic method by Milton Erickson. Elements sourced from this trend allow one to regain self-confidence. Immersion in Virtual Reality, subjecting the patient to these conditions of properly prepared visual and auditory stimuli, as well as specially developed therapeutic suggestions significantly reduce the level of depression and anxiety.

The VR TierOne is a non-pharmacological treatment method that supports Your mental condition, being designed to help you regain your balance.

VR TierOne has been tested to support the treatment of depression and anxiety in senior clients.

We support the treatment of depression using new technology and drawing on proven Ericksonian psychotherapy.

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