Virtual World Healing Real War Realities Researchers are finding ways to use the world of virtual reality to help soldiers deal with the horrifying experiences of combat. Farai Chideya talks with Skip Rizzo, who helped develop a PTSD therapy he calls "Virtual Iraq."
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Virtual World Healing Real War Realities

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Virtual World Healing Real War Realities

Virtual World Healing Real War Realities

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Researchers are finding ways to use the world of virtual reality to help soldiers deal with the horrifying experiences of combat.

Farai Chideya talks with Skip Rizzo, a clinical psychologist and a research scientist at the Institute for Creative Technologies at University of Southern California.

He helped developed a PTSD therapy he calls "Virtual Iraq."

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