The Story Behind The Read Without Glasses Method
with Dr. Ray Gottlieb and Martin Sussman
Listen to Dr. Ray Gottlieb, as he talks to a live audience about how he developed his revolutionary Read Without Glasses Method. In an engaging 80-minute conversation, Dr. Gottlieb also tells you:
- Why it isn’t age that controls your eyesight
- The critical factors that influence declining focus
- The 150 year-old science behind the Method
- The patient who started him thinking
- Why the Method works like magic, yet is based on science
- Extra training tips for those already using the Method
This Audio is the perfect introduction to the Read Without Glasses Method for you, your friends, your family - even your eye doctor!
The Story Behind The Read Without Glasses Method:
About Dr. Gottlieb
Certified behavioral optometrist Ray Gottlieb, O.D., Ph.D., FCOVD, FCSO, graduated with highest honors from the University of California at Berkeley, School of Optometry (1964), and earned a Ph.D. in humanistic psychology at the Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center in San Francisco (1978). His Ph.D. dissertation covered neurological and psychological aspects of nearsighteness improvement.
He was on the clinical faculty at the Optometry School at UC-Berkeley and a professor of optometry at the University of Houston College of Optometry (1965-68), on the learning skills development faculty at Santa Rosa Community College and on the faculty of the Sonoma State Mental Hospital in Sonoma, CA. Currently, he is the Dean of the College of Syntonic Optometry (since 1979), on the piano faculty of the summer music program at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, NY (training visual, attention and coordination skills of piano students to enhance their music learning ability) and is a Senior Clinical Associate in the Dept. of Ophthalmology at the University of Rochester.
Dr. Gottlieb has published articles on myopia, presbyopia, syntonics (color) therapy, behavioral optometry, brain trauma, education, and brain theory (the phase-conjugate, optical brain) and has written two books: Attention and Memory Training for Children and The Fundamentals of Flow in Learning Music (with Rebecca Penneys, professor of piano at the Eastman School of Music).
In the early 1970s he eliminated his myopia using natural vision improvement exercises and then began teaching classes and workshops on this approach and opened a vision therapy practice near Santa Rosa, CA (1972-1981) and in San Francisco (1976-77) at the Center for Developing Conscious Vision (with Meir Schneider). In 1981, in Santa Monica, CA, he started the Eye Gym, a gymnasium where members could workout to improve vision, coordination, attention and memory. He was research director for the Brain/Mind Bulletin, an international newsletter about brain research, creativity, education and human health and potential (1983-1991).
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