Amanda Gunter received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Georgia in the concentration of Special Education. In 2006 she completed her Master’s degree in Moderate Disabilities from Cambridge College. She has worked with children on the Autism Spectrum for over fifteen years. Amanda has specialized in program development. She joined Brain Balance in 2007, where she worked with Dr. Robert Melillo and Dr. Peter Scire to create Pre-Brain Balance which offers hemispheric integration therapy to children with more significant disabilities. Amanda has attended over 100 hours of functional neurology classes taught by Dr. Robert Melillo and the Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies. She is currently the Center Director of Brain Balance Achievement Center in Peachtree City, Georgia where families travel from around the world to attend the Brain Balance Program. Amanda is passionate about seeing children reach their optimal potential physically, academically, and socially.