The team at SpiritVR just got a bit bigger. Kieron Murphy is the latest person to take SpiritVR into local schools, colleges, and universities, as well as organisations running VR mental well-being sessions.

SpiritVR- Journey is a 6-week mindfulness course, collaborated with mindful practitioners and clinical professionals to facilitate mental health management beyond the app. Users are encouraged to apply learned VR skills to everyday life, outside of VR.

The app’s customisability allows users to modify the experience to get the most out of their mental health recovery journey. The trial results show the increased sense of ownership improves engagement, with users reporting a significant 24% reduction in anxiety per the GAD-7 (Generalised Anxiety Disorder Assessment) questionnaire after completing a 10 to 15-minute lesson. 

The GAD-7 questionnaire was modified to assess participants’ current anxiety levels using a scale of “not at all, mildly, moderately, severely.” Data from 102 lessons showed participants’ average GAD-7 score decreased from 8/06 (indicating moderate anxiety) to 2.98 (mild anxiety). 

The participant’s feedback in the workbook indicated unanimous agreement that Virtual Reality can be a valuable tool for mental well-being. All participants affirmed that the course positively impacted their mental well-being.

Kieron has extensive training certification in Safeguarding and Protection, Social Care

(for both adults and children), and a focus on Equality and Inclusion in Health, amongst many other health skill sets. A session with Kieron would be 10 – 15 minutes in VR, followed by a personalised 15-minute consultation discussing the activity and insights learned. 

Your journey is uniquely yours, as each session is recorded by you in your personal workbook, ensuring an integration of mindfulness into your daily routine.


Get in touch with us to book your VR mental health session with Kieron. 

Take the first step towards mindfulness and transformative VR sessions.