6 Over the Internet Sessions
This Interactive VT Workshop will Dissect VT procedure to look at effective variations/modifications that worked. Troubleshooting Your VT: A Deep Dive into Making VT Successful for Your Patients
Focus will be on:
•Roundtable discussion of individual cases brought by participants
This Course was designed to discuss the following:
Dissecting specific VT procedure to look at effective variations/modifications that worked.
Over 12 hours of education and abundant OEPF reference materials.
This workshop is appropriate for OD’s that provide therapy and VT, therapists that have been trained in OEPF’s clinical curriculum courses.
Most of the theory, an understanding of the visual process, and course follow up support are provided via webinars. (Involves no travel, lodging, or time away from the office cost.)
Length: 12 hours
Continuing Education Credits: 12 hours
– Experienced Vision Therapists
– OD’s providing therap
Tom Headline, COVT, worked his way through college as a vision therapist and graduated from San Jose State University with Great Distinction with a Bachelor of Science in Business Finance and two minors, one in Spanish and one in Humanities. After his graduation, Tom realized he wanted to continue to make a positive impact on people’s lives, so he continued his work as a vision therapist and currently works in two offices in the San Francisco Bay Area – Optometric Center for Family Vision Care & Vision Therapy in San Carlos, California with Drs. Carole Hong, O.D. FCOVD, & Macson Lee, O.D. as well as with Dr. Ben Popilsky in Aptos, California. In 2003, Tom co-authored a training manual for vision therapists entitled, The Vision Therapist’s Toolkit. He also started his own vision therapy products company, Headline Vision Enterprises, Inc. In 2006, Tom was awarded the Certified Optometric Vision Therapist of the Year by the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, and in 2009, he received the Lora McGraw Award from the California Regional Vision Therapists’ Forum. Tom performs educational seminars both locally and internationally about the prevalence of vision problems and their impact upon people’s daily lives. He resides in San Jose and enjoys gardening, hiking, photography and cooking.