Tammy and Bo Bingham have made it their mission to help as many families as possible after the profound changes the Brain Balance program made in the lives of their two sons and family. In 2011, they made the difficult decision for Tammy and the children to move temporarily across the country so their two boys could participate in the Brain Balance program. Tammy’s husband stayed at home and worked, flying out when he could to be with the family.
Due to the great success for their sons in Brain Balance, Tammy and her Bo made arrangements to bring the miracle of Brain Balance to other families. Tammy serves as the Executive Director of the Brain Balance centers in Utah, Arizona, Oregon and Colorado. Their personal experience with the program, from the point of view of a parent, helps to ensure that through Brain Balance there is hope for every child and harmony for every family. Read more on the blog that documented their Brain Balance journey ourbrainbalancejourney.
Ann Hinrichs brings to Brain Balance decades of experience in human development and behavioral modification. Ann has a passion for helping people change their lives and has worked with hundreds of individuals as well as families to create health and wellness through education,nutrition and lifestyle changes. Ann’s commitment as the Center Director to the students and their families is to always be available to help create lifelong success and to provide a supportive, safe environment for growth and change. Ann has a successful track record of building effective teams that deliver results through empathy and compassion. She has an “open door” policy and always enjoys the opportunity to talk with families and is very excited to be part of the fun and the solution that Brain Balance offers to so many children. Ann has one son and enjoys spending time with him and the rest of her family. In her free time Ann loves going to the hot springs, swimming, and enjoys being outdoors.She also loves entertaining and cooking for family and friends.
Danielle is born and raised in Denver, Colorado. She is the oldest of three kids, her youngest brother being a senior in high school. She graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from the University of Colorado at Denver in 2016. She is passionate about working with children and has done so while researching child abuse prevention and treatment at the Kempe Center, coaching youth soccer teams, and babysitting for many years. She worked briefly at a residential treatment center for troubled youth in Westminster and from there discovered her love for working more hands-on with kids directly who need guidance behaviorally, academically, and socially. She loves the holistic method that Brain Balance encourages with a focus on behavioral modification and nutrition over prescribing medications. She is looking forward to collaborating with the families at both centers and witnessing the growth and overall advancement of the children at our centers.