Sensory Integration Series: Aphantasia, living without image and less trauma

In this episode, we interview Tom Ebeyer an early aphanstasiac discovered when he couldn’t visualize and was told by a Stanford professor “Well don’t become an architect”.  We learn about how he copes with an inability to imagine and how he processes his environment.

Tom Ebeyer is a social entrepreneur and founder of Aphantasia Network. He was one of the first reported cases of congenital aphantasia and his story has been featured in the New York Times, ScienceDaily and the CBC.

Tom is a part of the Aphantasia Network which provides information for others who might experience Aphantasia and can be accessed through the Aphantasia website here:

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