Dr Cheryl attended her first Concept-Therapy in 1975 taught by her parents, Dr Richard and Sandra Klingbail. Upon graduating from Pasadena College of Chiropractic in 1986 Dr Cheryl had also completed all the coursework the Concept-Therapy Institiute offered, and began a career in teaching Philosophy, and Diversified technique at the Pasadena College of Chiropractic. Dr Cheryl opened her Chiropractic practice specializing in ZONE Healing in 1988 in Redlands, CA, attended teacher’s training in 1991 assisted and taught many classes in Concept-Therapy and has since retired from active chiropractic practice in 2019. Dr Cheryl served on the Board of Directors for the Concept-Therapy Institute for over 2 years and currently is the Executive Director at the Concept-Therapy Institute. In her free time, Dr Cheryl is an avid horsewoman and enjoys spending time on the trails.
Sarah (Sally) Hamer took her first Concept-Therapy class in 1984 and Teacher’s Training in 1987 and has continued through all of the coursework since then. She and her late husband, Dr. Brown Hamer, taught Concept-Therapy classes and held a weekly Beam Club for many years and she is currently teaching as part of the Klingbail Team. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology, cum laude, through Northwestern State University and is currently in the Master of Liberal Arts program with a concentration in history at Louisiana State University at Shreveport. For the last twenty years, Sally has taught creative writing classes, both face-to-face and on-line classes, and she is also a multi-award winning fiction writer and writes articles and blogs for several different venues.
Dr Angela attended her first Concept-Therapy class in 1975, graduated from Pasadena College of Chiropractic College in 1988, and attended a Concept-Therapy Teacher’s Training in 1991. Today, Dr. Angela enjoys full-time private practice in Escondido, California. She uses Dr. Fleet’s Zone Analysis to assist with patient care. Her practice is filled with women through pregnancy and with infants and children, every day is filled with fun. She is forever grateful to her parents for introducing her to Dr. Fleet’s work, and for doing their best to live the principles of Concept Therapy in their own lives. She uses the principles taught in Concept Therapy in motherhood, marriage, and everyday life.