Dr. Michelle Robertson
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 the Nashville, Wichita, and Minneapolis 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.
Director of Operations
Amy has been part of Brain Balance since September 2016.She has a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from the University of Oklahoma. She was instrumental in bringing Brain Balance to Wichita, KS. Amy acted as the Center Director for the Wichita center from 2018-2022 before transitioning to the Director of Operations for Brain Balance of Nashville, Wichita, and Minneapolis. She is a Board Certified Cognitive Specialist through IBCCES earned Dec. 2019, a certified Functional Medicine coach Aug. 2021, and has over 6+ yrs experience supporting families and students through their Brain Balance journey. Having an autistic son herself, she saw him make tremendous gains behaviorally, socially, and academically through completing the Brain Balance program in Kansas City. Amy’s passion is to bring hope and healing to parents of struggling children through the groundbreaking approach that makes up the Brain Balance program.
Virtual Program Director
Emma has dedicated her time and education to supporting students who struggle academically. In addition to her work with Brain Balance, Emma is also a certified dyslexic tutor. She is passionate about helping students reach their full potential and gain confidence along the way.
Emma holds a Bachelor of Journalism and Public Relations with a Minor in English from the University of Mississippi, and a Masters of Secondary Education and Humanities from Grand Canyon University. Emma is originally from Minnesota but has since lived in Mississippi and New York, though her travels have taken her all over the map. She currently resides in Nashville with her basset hound, Harold. She's always looking for her next adventure outdoors, whether it's a hike or floating in a lake.
Osenimien served the Brain Balance team as the Assistant Program Director and Lead Coach from February 2020 through December 2021. She returned to the center in June 2023 to assume the role of Program Director. Osenimien is enjoying her new role of interacting with parents as they work collaboratively to achieve life-changing results. Osenimien is trained in all aspects of the Brain Balance program and provides strong leadership to her APD and coaching team.
Assistant Program Director
Jenn came to Brain Balance because she wants to continue to make a difference in the lives of children as well as their families. She has a unique experience of having a son with ASD while also working in Williamson County Schools for 15 years, supporting children on the spectrum and those with other learning difficulties. She is very passionate about helping kids and families as they all continue to grow and succeed. Jenn has also attained her Registered Behavior Technician certification to be able to further assist those she serves. Jenn is eager to continue furthering her knowledge and developing her skills with Brain Balance.
Front Desk Staff
Making people feel welcome has always been a passion of Dyan’s. She enjoys serving on the welcome team at her church, baking for the senior community at local residence facilities, and working with children in the homeschool community. An Ohio native who moved to middle Tennessee nine years ago, she previously worked in marketing and communications for a private Montessori school. Now she devotes her time to homeschooling her daughter and greeting all the wonderful Brain Balance families at the front desk.
Learning & Exercise Coach
Jack Bolton is an enthusiastic member of the Brain Balance team who joined in 2023. Born and raised in Franklin, TN, Jack attended Battle Ground Academy before earning his degree in Psychology from Rhodes College in Memphis. After graduation, Jack worked at a day program for individuals with intellectual disabilities where he discovered a passion for empowering others to overcome challenges and fulfill their potential.
As a Brain Balance Coach, Jack is excited to be part of an organization that shares his commitment to others. He aims to approach each day with patience and compassion to help his students learn and grow. In his free time, Jack enjoys making music and spending time with his family and friends.”
Learning & Exercise Coach
Rayna earned a bachelor's degree in behavioral health science from Grand Canyon University. Rayna is fascinated with brain development in children and is currently participating in a master’s degree program for clinical mental health counseling. She hopes to open her own practice in the future to continue helping children thrive.
Learning & Exercise Coach
Hunter is excited to coach those who need it the most! He has a passion for helping others, and when he learned about brain balance, he just knew he had to be a part of our community! His passion is to not only to better himself but to also better those around him. Hunter believes that he can share his drive with others and help people accomplish their goals. Hunter feels his strengths lie in categories such as teamwork, dedication, and leadership. Hunter played football in high school and at Lyon’s College before he transferred to Middle Tennessee State University, where he is currently studying psychology.
BRAIN BALANCE CENTER OF NASHVILLE
Brain Balance helps children who struggle behaviorally, socially, and academically through a holistic and integrated approach that is customized to meet the needs of each child.