is the exclusive distributor of In Virtuo’s software
Since September 2021, you now have access to the environments developed by In Virtuo and exclusively distributed by C2Care.
Since 1999, a team of researchers and clinicians have been working to develop virtual reality environments and to prove their efficiency. Therefore, in 2007, In Virtuo Society was created, and, since then, gives virtual reality environments for research.
Recently, In Virtuo gave the exclusive distribution of their software to C2Care.
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In Virtuo R&D
In Virtuo’s team develop virtual reality software in partnership with the Canadian’s Clinical Cyberpsychology research’s chair, hoping to give an accessible technology to everyone.
In Virtuo’s softwares treat many pathologies such as:
- Social anxiety
- Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
- Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Obsessional compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Gambling addiction
Dr Bouchard, at the head of the research chair, is the In Virtuo’s president and a full professor at the Quebec University of Outaouais (UQO). Industrial innovations, discoverings and the company fondator’s clinical expertises are based on and validated by the scientific researches made in the UQO’s Cyberpsychology laboratory.
Access to the services
- You want to use In Virtuo environments ?
- You already are an In Virtuo client and you’d like to access C2Care’s environments ?
If you are a private or public health institute, our team is available at 04.83.57.51.56 or by contact form.
Our partnership’s strength
Becoming the exclusive In Virtuo’s distributor, C2Care reinforces its position in the virtual reality therapeutic treatments and creates a virtuous partnership. Just like C2Care, In Virtuo is worried about offering high quality software and environments to healthcare professionals.
The partnership between C2Care and In Virtuo adhere to a developing and adaptive process of patient’s fundamental needs. This process brings accessibility and easily used environments to facilitate therapeutic approaches to healthcare professionals.