Through the Eyes of: Anxiety

‘Through The Eyes Of’ - Anxiety
improving understanding of Mental Health through Virtual Reality



Through the use of Virtual Reality (VR) technology why not improve your understanding of what a person with Mental Health disorder may be experiencing? The aim of the learning would be to improve empathy and also help build reflective discussions around the issue

Using Virtual Reality, we aim to create an immersive experience for learners in order to improve understanding of various health conditions. In a well-crafted VR environment, with a high level of engagement, sensations are heightened greatly. This hyper reality can be used to drastically reinforce the learning experience, leading to much better retention of knowledge. Come and immerse yourself in a virtual experience you will not forget

Course outline and outcomes:

This course has been designed to help build empathy, reduce stigma and discrimination, and increase understanding of anxiety disorders. It will give you the opportunity to see through the eyes of someone with an anxiety disorder. The course will provide you with a unique training experience where you can go on to learn about different anxiety disorders with the added insight and understanding of having stepped into that person’s shoes and shared their experience firsthand.

How is the training run and areas covered?

  • What is Anxiety
  • Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety
  • Different types of Anxiety Disorder
  • Prevalence of Anxiety
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • How to support someone with Anxiety
  • Self-Care

Dates and how to register?

Below are the current course dates. please click on the course date you wish to attend to book your place. Registration will be completed via Eventbrite. 

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NOTE: this is face to face training. And registering and not attending will incur a £50 charge

Interested in house course delivery? Please contact us sarah.tahsildar@nhs.net or thccg.cepn@nhs.net