Recently, I had the honor of being featured in COVD’s MINDSIGHT blog featuring what inspired me to practice Vision Therapy, the importance of August Vision and Learning Month, and my transformation and growth in the field.
So honored to have spoken at the Hadassah meeting last week, “Seeing through the Eyes of Hadassah- from Babies to Bubbies”. What a wonderful, powerful group of women! This was a fundraising event for the ophthalmology department at Hadassah Hospital in Israel.
Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight speaks with Jamie Sarche, seasoned speaker, active advocate and officer for several causes and community services in Denver, and director of Feldman Mortuary. She talks about embracing death and the rituals that go with preparing for it. Her calling is helping people be less afraid of death, and by facing mortality, one can […]
Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight starts her series on the power of visualization. On this first episode, she talks about the basics of visualization—its definition, method and impact—and the importance of neuroplasticity. Take your first steps in learning about this life-changing technique!
Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight speaks with Craig Knippenberg, a multi-awarded mental health consultant, author, podcast host, creator of CONNECT Social Skills Group Program, and founder of Colorado’s largest private mental health practice in child and adolescent neurobehavioral disorders. He talks about his extraordinary work of creating social and emotional groups for kids.
Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight speaks with Agi Keramidas, podcaster, knowledge broker, and host of global top podcast Personal Development Mastery. He talks about personal development and his venture of helping coaches launch their own top-quality podcast. His mission is to influence and inspire people to stand out and take action towards the next level of their […]
Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight speaks with Dr. Noah Tannen, a specialist in vision therapy, neuro-optometric rehabilitation, and myopia control. He talks about myopia and how to control and manage it. He is also a host of Continuing Education lectures around the country, and a co-author of the book, A Parent’s Guide to Raising Children with Healthy Vision.
Dr. Linda Silverman, a licensed clinical and counseling psychologist, and the founder and director of the Institute for the Study of Advanced Development and its subsidiary, Gifted Development Center, talks about the importance of vision therapy for gifted and twice exceptional children, adolescents and adults.
Wendy Rosen, author, elementary and early childhood teacher, adjunct instructor and education consultant, talks about her expertise in vision-related learning problems.
Dr. Jennifer Zolman, multi-awarded optometrist, owner and CEO of the Draisin Vision Group talks about Vision and Learning Month in August and the InfantSEE Program. She also sheds light on why 20/20 vision may not be enough, and the importance of regular and comprehensive eye exams.