Gail M. White, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist
- Posted on: Dec 2 2016
I came to vision therapy with many areas of deficit, none of which had been diagnosed. It’s obvious to me that if vision problems are not corrected in childhood, they will persist into adulthood. During the last months, I’ve improved my ability to analyze visually, my visual memory, my ability to replicate what I see, my attention to detail, my ability to see things from different visual perspectives, eye-body coordination and balance. I can now assemble things and read symbolic directions. My driving has improved from my being a safe, compensated driver to my being a safe driver. The process of vision therapy is impressive and amazing. It incorporates the art and science of designing visual tasks that are just enough of a challenge without being intolerably frustrating. I have been marvelously challenged and supported by your staff.