We have released our new video introducing the gameChange project!
Dr.Thomas Kabir has published a new blog post on the McPin website discussing why virtual reality could benefit those with psychosis. He also reflects on how people with lived experience have been integral in the development of the gameChange project.
The gameChange clinical trial is now registered!
We are holding a second workshop in Oxford to hear what you think about virtual reality.
LEAP member, Cheryl Williams, reflects on her experiences of being part of the gameChange LEAP.
Professor Daniel Freeman presents his research on virtual reality therapies at the MindTech conference 2018.
We are looking for people to be involved in workshops and interviews who will help to redesign virtual reality (VR) environments used in a new therapy to help people with psychosis or paranoia.
The Royal College of Arts (RCA) is just one of the many organisations working on the gameChange project. Our RCA colleagues recently attended the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design symposium.
Our team of more than 30 people is continuing to grow. Heather Peel, a service user researcher based in Manchester, has joined the gameChange project.