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Dr. Coralee Mueller, BSc (Hons) OD FCOVD

Optometrist in Neuro-Visual Rehabilitation & Development

President, NeuroVision Therapy

Fellow, College of Optometrists in Vision Development

Board Certified in Vision Development, Vision Therapy & Vision Rehabilitation

Certified PoNS™ Trainer

"Every day I am grateful and feel privileged to have an opportunity to change lives and make the world a better place for all those affected. I am dedicated to providing an opportunity for individuals to maximize their potential and increase their options for success in life. I love that there is hope and success for so many people to improve their circumstances."

Dr. Coralee Mueller is a Fellow with the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (FCOVD) and Board Certified in Vision Development, Vision Therapy and Vision Rehabilitation. She is a Clinical Associate of the Optometric Extension Program Foundation, the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association and a member of Vision Therapy Canada. Dr. Mueller is also a Certified Neurological Reorganization Practitioner, one of only two in Canada. When Coralee is not in the exam room, she enjoys nature, hiking, dancing, meditation, and playing with her two little girls.

Dr Coralee Mueller

Dr. Lisa Chow, BSc OD

Optometrist in Neuro-Visual Rehabilitation and Development

“The moment I witnessed a patient who had a brain injury be able to balance themselves simply by wearing special lenses in their glasses, I knew that as an Optometrist, I can do so much more than meet the eyes. With will, dedication, and, vision and spectacle therapy, we have the opportunity to help people of all ages uncover their highest visual potential. This does not only apply to TBI patients, but to children or adults who have learning related vision problems. It brings me tremendous joy and gratitude to be able to help those who never fully experienced functional vision or who lost it through an injury.”


Dr. Lisa Chow completed her Advanced studies in Binocular Vision and Vision Therapy and Doctor of Optometry Degree at Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry. She is a member of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association and a member of Vision Therapy Canada. She is pursuing her Fellowship in Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation with NORA and has pursued specialized training in vision development with the Optometric Extension Program Foundation (OEPF). Lisa also speaks Cantonese and when she is not in the exam room, she enjoys yoga, dancing, traveling, and spending quality time with her husband and two young boys.

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Laura Booth, BA (Hons) PVT COVT

Clinical Director

Practical Vision Therapist, Vision Therapy Canada

Certified Optometric Vision Therapist, COVD

Board Certified in Optometric Vision Therapy

"Working in Behavioural Optometry and Vision Therapy means having the privilege to affect meaningful change for our patients. I am passionate about vision rehabilitation and giving people the tools to maximize their potential or rebuild the quality of life and function they once had. I am honoured to work with the strong team we have built and dedicated to providing the best for our patients."

Laura is an accredited Practical Vision Therapist through Vision Therapy Canada and a Certified Optometric Vision Therapist (COVT) through the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. She is a Clinical Associate with the Optometric Extension Program Foundation, and a member of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association.  In her downtime, Laura enjoys camping, kayaking, quilting, and Netflix alongside her husband and dog.

Laura Booth
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Lin Liu, BEcon

Director of Finance

"Working with NeuroVision gives me great satisfaction to better help people. Witnessing patients coming in with TBIs and visual skill deficits and seeing them complete the program and leaving with the confidence in embracing their increased quality of life is a great feeling. My goal is to continue to grow the company so that more people will benefit from Vision Therapy and be assisted in finding better quality of life."

Lin comes to us with extensive experience in Finance and Human Resources. Her primary goal is keeping the clinic running smoothly and expanding to all areas to better serve all of our patients. In her spare time, Lin enjoys outdoor activities, travel, and food.


Sarah Bandula

Patient Care Coordinator

Optical Manager

"I first stumbled upon NeuroVision when I was looking for alternative treatments to patching for my daughter. She was born with congenital unilateral cataracts with microphthalmia and amblyopia. We patched for several years without great results, so I know the struggles of being a mom with a child who has binocular vision issues. I am so glad to be a part of a team that is so dedicated to changing and improving lives."

Sarah has a wealth of knowledge from her years of experience in the optical industry and time spent in Human Services. She is also bilingual in English and French, allowing her to better serve all of our patients. When Sarah is not in the office, she spends most of her time with her family, caring for her many plants, gardening, exploring the great outdoors, and trying new foods.

Sarah Bandula

Catherine Meade, PVT

Practical Vision Therapist, Vision Therapy Canada

"It is highly rewarding to witness those who have struggled with their sight flourish not only in therapy but also in their daily lives. With a background in child development, I am able to apply my knowledge to vision therapy and continue to build relationships, overcome challenges and share achievements with my patients. I love helping people and have a passion for vision therapy."

Catherine is an accredited Practical Vision Therapist through Vision Therapy Canada. Catherine most enjoys spending time with her son and fiancé; she enjoys practicing yoga and has a passion for music.

Cathrine Meade

Greg Dearden, PVT
Practical Vision Therapist, Vision Therapy Canada

"Formerly a Communications Specialist, my life changed directions after an accident that resulted in a traumatic brain injury. Dr. Mueller and Vision Therapy were instrumental to my recovery. Vision is so vital to our overall well being and quality of life. I know what it’s like to lose it, and the emotional and physical difficulties that come with it. But I also know the joy to slowly regaining it. My hope is that each day I can help someone on their path to better vision and a happier overall life."

Greg is an accredited Practical Vision Therapist through Vision Therapy Canada. His personal experience in recovering from an mTBI provides Greg with firsthand knowledge on how it feels and what it takes to overcome Post Trauma Vision Syndrome, an invaluable asset to his patients. Greg enjoys music, learning guitar, and teaching and playing sports with his daughter.

Greg Dearden

Janine Pottier, CCOA PVT

Canadian Certified Optometric Assistant

Practical Vision Therapist, Vision Therapy Canada

"During my years working in Primary Care Optometry, I had great compassion for those that struggled with daily tasks, learning or the visual process even though they had perfectly healthy eyes. I find an abundance of personal and professional fulfillment from this commitment to helping others. It has led me to be part of NeuroVision. A caring and dedicated team that shares my passion. Together we bring rehabilitation and relief to those that are seeking to obtain their full potential due to setbacks such as head injuries, learning issues or developmental hurdles. It’s a privilege for me to bring Hope and Healing to others."

Janine is an accredited Practical Vision Therapist through Vision Therapy Canada and a Canadian Certified Optometric Assistant through the Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO). With her years of working in Primary Care Optometry, she has extensive knowledge on many visual skill dysfunctions and their impact on daily function. Janine enjoys art and design. Creating beauty is her way of relaxing. She enjoys spending time with her family and chosen family.

Janine Pottier
Alicia Winch

Alicia Winch, BKin (Hons), R.Kin

Registered Kinesiologist

Optometric Vision Therapist

Certified PoNS™ Trainer

"Neuro Rehabilitation has always been a passion of mine. It is truly inspiring to see individuals overcome the many challenges they are faced with throughout their journey to recovery. My goal is to provide exceptional care that allows patients to complete their activities of daily living pain free and overall, improve their quality of life. I am grateful to be a part of a team that cares so deeply about their patients and this work."

Alicia is a Registered Kinesiologist through the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario. She enjoys staying active, yoga, Netflix, and being around her friends and family.

Kate Hennessy

Insurance Coordinator

Administrative Assistant

“It isn’t often in one’s lifetime to come across a company whose values and authenticity resonate in such a way that it’s a joy to come to work each day! I was at a time in my life where just having a “job” was no longer satisfying and wanted something that my personal story might align with. I had struggled for many years after suffering a TBI after a serious car accident and it was devastating to lose memories of my family and to struggle with things that had been very easy for me before. Working for NeuroVision allows me to truly understand what our patients are going through and being able to help them deal with the arduous task of insurance claims. I feel very fortunate to have this team who have patiently guided me along. It’s gratifying to truly understand how our clients are feeling when they reach out to discuss the processes of continuing the therapy that were very much a part of my return to “normal”. I’m excited to work with a company that only sees up and beyond and the infinite possibilities of creating a better daily life with innovative programs and ever evolving new ideas!”


Kate comes to the Neurovision table with a journalism background in both print and broadcast and has enjoyed a long media career. Overcoming and thriving after her accident she hopes to bring empathy and understanding helping patients with the necessary documentation to get them through to their much needed assessments and therapies. She has four children that she adores and two grand babies that she spoils. Kate’s happy place is in the kitchen baking and watching Coronation Street!

Kate Hennessy

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