Surpass yourself in virtual reality 

Get over your fear of insects and spiders 


For more than 30 years, virtual reality exposure therapies have proven their effectiveness in the treatment of anxiety disorders and in particular in specific phobias such as the fear of insects. Gradual and progressive exposure to virtual reality can desensitise you and significantly reduce your anxiety. 

“Virtual reality shows 80% effectiveness, with benefits that are maintained over a year after treatment.” Eric Malbos, Psychiatrist

C2Care, the world leader in therapeutic virtual reality (VR) since 2015, now allows you to expose yourself from your home. A psychologist will accompany you in your treatment using cognitive behavioural therapies (CBT) and virtual reality exposure to overcome your phobia.

How does it work? 

1. I receive my box with

  • A virtual reality headset with C2Care applications
  • A personal logbook 
  • A set of motivation cards
  • And many other surprises!

2. I take care of myself by distance

  • Choose a psychologist of your choice
  • Carry out your VR sessions with your psychologist from your home
  • Relax with your own VR headset
  • Note your progress in your logbook

3. Overcoming my phobia

  • Rediscover your daily life
  • Be able to manage your anxiety
  • Share your experience!

Karyn G. 51 years old

“Well, I’m a bit ashamed to say it, but I’m afraid of insects in general. I can’t take the bins down, it’s beyond my strength. I’m afraid I’ll run into a bug. The counselling is really great: in 3 months, they taught me to control my stress and my reactions. I’m getting better and better thanks to the VR immersions that put me in real conditions, and my progress is remarkable. I am very proud of myself.”

Marc P. 44 years old

“Before I started this few months of the course, I was scared to death of flying insects. My therapist taught me how to deal with this stress. The first few sessions took a lot of courage, but the more they went on, the more manageable the insects became. The best thing is that once in real life, it is very easy to apply what I have learned in VR. Frankly, it’s an experience I would recommend to anyone.”

Roger T. 55 years old

“Even the smallest spider always made me sweat. The virtual environments helped me a lot. My shrink could control the number of spiders on the table, their size, and even put them in a jar. Little by little, I learned to deal with all the anxiety. I recommend it.”

VR headset with C2Care tools

How much does it cost? 

Take advantage of our introductory offer at 120€/month including : 

  • Two sessions per month with a qualified psychologist
  • A virtual reality headset
  • Unlimited access to applications
  • A personal logbook
  • A set of motivational cards
  • And many other surprises!