Dr. Michelle Robertson has spent her professional career helping others improve their lives and is dedicated to the Brain Balance program. A Texas native, Dr. Robertson lives in Wichita, Kansas, and serves as the Executive Director for both the Wichita and Franklin Brain Balance centers. She has immediate family in Franklin, has visited the area regularly since 2008, and considers it her home away from home. Dr. Robertson is thrilled to be helping children and young adults in the greater Nashville area through the miracle of Brain Balance.
Dr. Robertson is a tenured professor in the Master of Science in Family Therapy (MSFT) program at Friends University. She earned a doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy from The University of Louisiana at Monroe, a master’s degree from Abilene Christian University, and a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and Psychology from Midwestern State University. She practices as a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist in the greater Wichita area. In addition to her private therapy practice, her work as a tenured professor, and her involvement with Brain Balance, Dr. Robertson is a member of the Wichita Junior League and a clinical member of The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. She and her husband have two children, both of whom have completed the Brain Balance program.
Pamela Hatcher is a native of Kentucky and now lives in Franklin, TN. She earned her Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education and Masters Degree in Education Administration. Pamela is now retired from teaching having served as an Assistant Principal with two Elementary schools and providing class room instruction for many years with a proven record of positive instruction and development of Kindergarten through 5th grade students.
Heather Covert has her Bachelors Degree in Special Education from Union University and a Masters Degree in Christian Education from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. She has worked with children from preschool to high school for the last 20 years. She loves helping children become the best that they can be.