Tilt Brush: The Utilization of a Virtual Reality Intervention for Evaluating Self-Reported Anxiety, Depression, & Stress Open Access Deposited
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With the prevalence of anxiety, depression, and stress among young adult populations, adaptive and innovative treatment options
must be considered for the future. While there are various approaches to mental health treatment, art therapy is one traditional
method that has been used to treat the symptoms of mental health disorders across various health contexts and populations. Some art
therapists have even integrated information and communication technologies (ICTs) into their practices. With these factors in mind
and considering the prominence of ICTs use among student populations, this study seeks to understand how the immersion and
presence afforded by one such technology, virtual reality (VR), can impact the outcomes of art therapy practices. Through the use of
an arts-based VR application, Tilt Brush, this study compares traditional art therapy methods as they are employed in and outside of
VR. Through the comparison of self-reported measures, we can better understand the possibilities and effectiveness of art therapy
practices delivered via Tilt Brush VR.
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