The Visual Perceptual Therapy

The new generation therapy of  neuro-cognitive therapy

The Visual Perceptual Therapy is ground-breaking because it puts performance under the microscope, and allows us to see into its very core. When we correct and improve upon performance at this level, profound change occurs, and it occurs  very quickly.


Over the past 30 years, science
and medicine have made some remarkable progress.

However, neuro-cognitive therapies have generally
not made the same progress

In 1996, a doorway opened revealling a whole new world, existing beneath the surface of what we can readily see.

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It allowed us to understand how human beings do what they do in a much deeper way.

Now far more can now be achieved
than ever before.


People who had previously made
no progress in rehab can now make
remarkable progress.

The Visual Perceptual Therapy is a true 21st century therapy. This therapy has taken us into a new world of understanding and treating neuro-cogntive issues; it has allowed us to understand how we do what we do and make changes at this level.

This therapy is truly client centred while also being very outcome focused. It is now possible to  gain, or regain, a level of functional performance you may not believe is possible. 

The Visual Perceptual Therapy works with people who:
  • have suffered strokes and traumatic brain injuries
  • are said to have 'dementia,'
  • have undergone brain surgery
  • struggle with performing everyday tasks
  • struggle with literacy and numeracy
  • have sensory issues
  • have other neurological and cognitive based issues

Even if you have experienced limited success
in the past, this approach is highly likely
to change your life.......

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It doesn't matter where in the world you are
you can access
The Visual Perceptual Therapy



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© Natoya Rose 2017