We all learn and develop through activities that provide experience about outcomes and consequences. Often these are under the guided direction of teachers, coaches, therapists, and mentors who are appropriately experienced. Without support, direction and feedback, our progress in developing a skillful performance is more haphazard.
Like most other human abilities, our skill in processing visual information efficiently and effectively can improve with the appropriate exercises and feedback. Because the visual process is so pervasive in human behavior, vision therapy is best provided with the active involvement of an appropriately trained optometrist.