Studio Bahia is a humanitarian organization that provides therapy, treatments, and training around the world. We are a 501c3 nonprofit made up of clinical psychologists, designers, and health specialists.

Research & Productions -  we do productions in virtual reality, ranging from detecting neurodegenerative diseases to improving patient experience, with the best research institutions in the world.

Immersive Design in Indigenous Psychology - a bottom up approach to addressing community concerns. Current VR production is for mothers in the Rhino Refugee Camp in partnership with the CDC

Lili VR - a virtual reality headset for mobile phones to access the therapeutic experiences below. We are manufacturing the first 5,000  for children's hospitals, refugees, and vulnerable communities.  

Green VR - a therapy for patients who have scheduled a medical procedure and wish to rehearse the visit prior to arrival. Patients report feeling "emotionally supported" after having done this therapy.

Blue VR - a therapy for relaxation in a natural landscape, with flowers, trees, and river moving in a peaceful rhythm.

Purple VR -  a therapy using the sublime to reduce anxiety, the sublime is incited by way of a journey around the galaxy and back to earth. 

Magenta VR - is a therapy for people experiencing a natural or man made disaster and are in shock. A walks through a labyrinth provides a cathartic affect with the return of decision making and motor control.

Azure VR - a solution focused therapy where questions arise from obstacles along a path, lending to an understanding of current concerns, solutions, and the development of a vision for going forward. 

Brown VR - is a therapy for temporal recalibration for schizophrenia, autism, and Parkinson's disease patients. It involves a walk in a park in which your motion determines the motion of the world around you.

Yellow VR - is a therapy for children in pediatric care in which they are guided in a journey to see medical procedures in a different light. By changing the memory of visit to hospital, children remember the virtual experience.

Rose VR - a therapy for Amblyopia and Strabismus, known as Lazy Eye, this approach strengthens visual processing, encouraging the use of the weaker eye, and brings both eyes back to parity. 

Orange VR - is a distraction therapy in which the patient plays a humming bird pollinating flowers. This therapy is for treatments at burn clinics and other painful medical procedures and to reduce opioids to manage pain.

Sepia VR - a therapy for awake brain surgery, oral surgery, dental procedures, physical therapy, and other procedures. A soft distraction therapy with content centered in view even with head movement. 

Light VR - a training for natural childbirth for regions and populations with low medical access due to geographic and cultural factors. To learn the delivery process is to encourage safe births for mothers, partners, and midwives. 

Pink VR - a therapy for chronic pain using Eugene T. Gendlin Focusing method of being in contact with our body in a gentle and specific way, a guide into pain relief and healing.

Amaranth VR - a training for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in a realistic situation, this approach is found to offer better retention of the training.