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Mastering the Delivery of Vision Therapy

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Get Therapists Ready in Days, not Months

“What therapists really want is knowledge, so they have confidence in their ability to deliver effective therapy.”

Lyna Dyson, B.A., COVT

Lyna Dyson, B.A., COVT training new therapists

A Complete Course in 3 Units

Vision Therapy I

  • Introduces vision therapy for simple skills cases. Therapist is prepared to deliver basic levels of care and make it fun.


  • Therapists learn basics of lenses, prism, filters and basic training devices.

  • Therapists learn by practice and role play how to deliver most common  VT procedures and activities, how to increase levels of demand. 


  • Notation methods are covered as well as what behavior or performance indicates a problem.


  • Doctor is encouraged to add input or modify training as he or she sees fit.

  • All procedures, educational material is included in your manual.

Vision Therapy II

  • Covers testing, understanding and treating perceptual and learning-related cases.  


  • Covers instruments, “games” and many other approaches to dealing with visual processing, memory and certain gross and fine motor deficiencies.


  • Many techniques cover saccades, eye movement/scanning and information processing.


  • The focus is on developing visual and processing skills that affect and improve learning.   


  • Covers making therapy fun, and how to affect behavior and attitude in young people. Also, home activities and techniques, and how to keep parents committed. 

Vision Therapy III

  • Extensively covers the theory, methods and patient handling for complex cases such as amblyopia and strabismus.

  • Emphasis is on a developmental approach to dealing with patients with these profound problems. 


  • Training includes how to deal with patients of all ages, from infant amblyopes to senior citizens recovering from stroke.


  • Learn how to incorporate VT with the patient’s other supportive therapy, how to interact with other professions.


  • Includes training on how to speak with patients or parents to keep them actively engaged until therapy is completed.

Former teacher and principal of a California elementary school, 2007 COVD Vision Therapist of the year.  
Lyna brings to your therapists:
   A deep understanding of education and training.  She knows what’s needed to make sure the skills and understanding are firmly grasped and ready to be put to use.
35 years of experience doing therapy,

29 years training other therapists. 

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Why use our in-office therapist training?

  • Better VT results for your patients

  • Cut staff turnover

  • 3 levels of training, 2 days per level

  • You get fresh, new originals of activity sheets in notebooks

  • Costs less than doing your own training

  • Therapists ready and productive in days, not months

  • Accelerate startup, handle rapid growth

  • Save doctor, staff time, effort and frustration

  • Build therapists' confidence and skill

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