Neuroscience Meets Art
The PuzzleArt Therapy SystemTM
The first therapy to combine perceptual, oculomotor,
binocular & sensory therapy with hands-on abstract art
Visually Appealing. Visually Healing.
The PuzzleArt Therapy System is an integrated holistic system
which helps build and strengthen 20 perceptual learning, oculomotor, binocular,
creativity skills using our whole-brain cognitive concepts:
“It’s refreshing to see how the PuzzleArt products challenge me to see things from a different perspective / new ways.”
“My kids are going to love all of these activities. They are going to improve their visual spatial skills within weeks!!”
“It’s good with families to see a different perspective of how when some of us are a little different… I love it! I love it!”
Thrive with PuzzleArt Therapy
PuzzleArt Therapy is used for screening and fun therapy for people of all ages.
The colorful and relaxing programs are in private and military hospitals and clinics, private practice, universities, elementary schools, senior centers
rehabilitation centers in 15 countries.
Our 15 products offer 2 dozen to 200 activities which can be
integrated seamlessly to help your population.
PuzzleArt Therapist Training Program Available
6 Credit Hours Personal Development Programs for
- Occupational Therapists
- Vision Therapists
- TBI and PTSD Professionals
- Fun Therapists
- Art Therapists
- Physical Therapists
- Social Workers
- School Psychologists
- and more
“PuzzleArt is the missing link in the practice of Occupational Therapy. I look forward to start the screenings.”
“Trying to think where to start as learned so much. Need to process where to begin but will be using a tremendous amount!”
“A very well thought out, organized program that incorporates art, vision therapy, brain gym, and more into an easy to use program.”
Applause from the Kids
“I felt like a free person. I felt swirly, wavey, joyful, and colorful.
I basically just felt amazing.”
“Doing this art makes me smile and happy. Makes me feel that I have talent inside me. Thank you so much Mrs. Alli Berman.”
“Colors, shapes, sizes and more. Filled with joy, like an equation, some many numbers and symbols lead to nowhere.”