Vision and (Mis)Behavior
Workshops held on Wednesdays, 7 – 9 pm
See Calendar below for upcoming dates!
workshop for professionals and parents
who are dealing with young people
who exhibit behavior problems.
Special workshop for parents, educators and professionals!
There is a proven link between vision, perception, accomplishment and behavior.
- How does the way you see (perceive) the world affect behavior?
- Can building visual- perceptual skills alter problem behavior?
- Will over-looked vision problems interfere with the therapeutic process?
- What links vision, school failure and misbehavior?
90% of juvenile delinquents share a common, often undiagnosed vision problem. Forty years of intervention projects always produced significantly lower re-arrest rates and improved behavior. Many young people exhibiting less serious misbehavior also have the same problem.
Here is a workshop that will help you learn to identify the visual component of misbehavior, and to explore an interdisciplinary approach to solving behavior problems. You will practice performing visual assessments and tests. You will also have the opportunity to meet other parents and professionals who are grappling with this problem.
Workshops to be held at the office of
495 Central Park Ave, Suite 301
Scarsdale, NY 10583
RSVP — (914) 874-1177
This event is free