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The Visual Perceptual Therapy
The Ground-breaking 21st Century Therapy
new generation therapy for
Therapy is a
ground-breaking therapy that is all about correcting
struggles at their very core. It goes
beyond traditional therapeutic approaches, because
it goes to the heart of our
performance, revealing the crux of how we do what we do. Because of
this, very substantial results become apparent very quickly.
I've been an occupational therapist for nearly 30 years now, and I have watched as science and medicine have made some very significant progress; however, the therapies being provided around the world have hardly changed at all. Most neuro-cognitive therapy is no different to what it was 30 years ago.
In order to fully understand human performance, we need to shift or change our perspective and discover its origin or core. Most of what is currently understood about performance has been obtained from a rather superfical intellectual analysis of performance, so it shouldn't surprise us that we can achieve far better results and do so far more quickly, when we have a deeper and more intimate perspective and understanding of how we generate that performance.
Logic tells us that, in order to improve upon something, we need to understand how we do it in the first instance. While traditional or contemporary approaches to neuro-cognitive issues (including literacy and numeracy struggles) can and do achieve some results, they are never as great as they are when we tackle these issues at their source.
Understanding human performance from the level of perception, takes us right to the heart of performance. Perception and performance utilise the exact same skills set, just in a reciprocal way, meaning that a struggle in performance always points to issues in perception. Fundamentally, we cannot improve upon performance, without also improving upon perception, because of the intimate relationship they have to one another.
Evaluating a person's performance, at the level of perception, is incredibly revealing and allows us to see exactly what they are doing, how they are doing it and what has gone wrong; and to see this with great clarity. It also allows us to intervene and to correct those issues right there and then; and because all of our performance arises from this core area, any changes made at this level will spread and ripple throughout all of performance, whilst being magnified by the inherent nature of that performance, and showing up as substantial improvements in what the person is doing, and the outcomes they achieve.
In order to help you shift your focus and understand what I am alluding to, I'll ask you to look to your experience of walking, and see if you can work out how you are doing it. If you are like most people, it quickly becomes very apparent that the answers to how we are walking are not immediately apparent and, because most of us have been trained in childhood that 'not knowing' is a bad thing, we will immediately jump into our heads and begin an intellectual analysis of walking. But the reality is that no such analysis will ever tell us how we walk, and in fact I still cannot say how any of us do it. However, I do know what core skills, abilities and processes are critically necessary, in order for any of us to perform any task at all in this world, and that their absence or dysfunction will always lead to a diminishment in our task performance across the board.
So, what I am saying is that it doesn't matter what task we are performing, it all arises from the exact same place, at the core of our performance; and that it is just that our performance is directed in different directions, requring different parts of the body to do different things, that we think that differernt tasks are performed differently. But I assure you that what we may think is just an illusion, and that a breakdown in walking, talking, reading, writing, invariably has its origins in the reciprocal relationship between perception and performance; and that any idea that we have that someone is only struggling with one thing is invariably proven to be absolutely wrong and that they are indeed struggling across the board.
It is this change in perspective that makes the Visual Perceptual Therapy a true 21st century therapy. It is no longer necessary that people continue to struggle as they do. The child with the neuro-developmentla issue does not need to grow up to be an adult who struggles for life; the person with the stroke, traumatic brain injury or dementia can demonstrate improvements that are still consider impossible in some quarters. And, while all of this may sound too good to be true, I assure you that it is not. Everything I speak to on this website always proves itself to be true. Ultimately, I find I have nothing to prove and that the therapy, and the results it gets, speak for themselves......... in volumes.
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