Overcome your fear of flying
Tired of being terrified? Treatment for a fear of flying is available through oVRcome, an exposure therapy smartphone app.
It's private, uses a proven methodology, and you can start right now.
“We recommend oVRcome for people that can't make it into our clinic for treatment for their phobia or social anxiety."
Corrie Ackland, Clinical Psychologist, Sydney Phobia Clinic
Subscribe to lower anxiety in 16 VR simulations
Headset included with Premium Subscription
Access all content and VR simulations
Overcome various scenarios and difficulty levels
Experience exclusive full-immersion environments
How oVRcome works
Learn powerful skills to fight Aerophobia
oVRcome teaches you how to manage anxiety from aerophobia with psychoeducation audio lesson. Then, it puts you in virtual reality environments to practice your new skills with gradual exposure to your fears.
Do VR exposure therapy
at your own pace
Lower anxiety, manage physical symptoms, and feel better in just 16 virtual reality sessions. The more you use the app the closer you are to feeling about flying.
Monitor your progress and access your skills
Your learned skills are stored in your Toolbox so you can access them quickly.
After you work through your personalized VR plan, you will receive a series of guided meditations to unwind.
What our users say about us
“I flew from Chch to Auckland and then on to the Cook Islands, which I had been dreading for weeks, and yes there was turbulence, I used the breathing techniques and the rationalisation. It worked really well and I didn't panic or get bad anxiety. I still have work to do but oh it was such an achievement from years of fear and avoidance.
“The audio is very pleasant to listen to. When she mentioned potentially needing to give blood to a loved one, or needing medical treatments in the future as motivation to want to get the phobia under control - that resonated a lot with me.”
Fear of Needles
“VR was good and easy to navigate. I found the listening modules effective and like how the VR provides a sense of familiarity with situations, making them seem more achievable in real life.”
Why Virtual Reality
Undisputed first line of treatment
Exposure therapy (ET) is currently the undisputed first line of treatment in treating anxiety disorders such as specific phobia, OCD, and Social Anxiety Disorder.
Produces significant behaviour change
Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy (VRET) can produce significant behavior change in real-life situations and support its application in treating specific phobias.
Developed by clinical psychologists
oVRcome is easy to use, safe and developed based on scientific evidence with
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