Meet our team


Bob Kingsbury

CEO/ Founder

After completing high school, Bob studied for 2 years at Cerritos College and one year at CSU Fullerton. During this time, he also attended LA Trade Tech where he gained his Los Angeles Plumbing License. Bob served in the US Army Reserves and was on active duty at Fort Bragg, NC and Fort Lee, VA. Shortly after completing military service, he and his wife Patty and daughter Jennifer moved to B.C. Canada, where he headed an infrastructure project for the Coast Salish First Nation reservation, installing underground water utilities and re-piped and re-plumbed over 75 houses, helping to improve quality of life greatly in their community. During these two years Bob and Patty built their own A Frame house and were blessed with their second daughter Theresa.

Upon returning to California, he worked as a Superintendent/Project Manager overseeing many large projects in the Los Angeles area. Bob then moved onto a General Contracting Company and soon became a Partner in the company managing new and large construction projects. Bob sold his company to Gray Construction in 2001 and stayed on as a manager/consultant for a number of years eventually retiring in 2008. Bob has spent the years following traveling with his family, practicing Tae Kwon Do and enjoying other sports activities with his grandsons AJ and Kalen.

In 2017, Bob served as Executive Producer on a Documentary Film project with Emmy Award Winning Director/Writer and family friend Mark Kirkland. The film is titled Bud’s Odyssey, and tells the epic WWII survival story about his Dad, Robert E Bud Kingsbury. Bud’s Odyssey was shown at over 15 film festivals in the US and Internationally, and received numerous awards. During the making of this film, Bob became acutely aware of his Dad’s struggle with Post Traumatic Stress and how his whole family dealt with it growing up.

Bob had subsequently suffered with chronic insomnia and sought treatment in Neurofeedback/Brain Paint at Dr. DiSiena’s office where he not only found relief from this condition, but also discovered that Brain Paint is a significant and clinically proven treatment for PTS. A partnership then began to help our Vets and First Responders gain healing by free treatments in Brain Paint, nutritional counseling and chiropractic care. Bud’s Odyssey Foundation began in 2017 and has proven to be a catalyst for healing, relief from PTS symptoms and overall health. Bob is supported by an incredible team of dedicated people who truly care about our Vets and First Responders, and share a united vision to give them the healing and quality of life they deserve for serving our country.

Jim Reynolds

Jim Reynolds

Board Member and CFO

After two years of junior college enlisted in the Naval Reserve July 1966. In August 1967 was called to active duty and in November received orders for twelve months service at the Naval Supply Activity in DaNang Vietnam. Upon returning from Vietnam and discharged from active duty, while working in his father’s business attended and graduated from California State University Fullerton with a degree in Business Administration with an Accounting concentration. In 1981, he took control of his father’s business and continued its growth, selling his interest and retiring in late 2017. He has experience with Non-Profit boards having served on two boards in the past. As a Vietnam Vet who suffered from PTSD, he has a passion to help as many Vets as possible find and receive treatment from well-trained qualified professionals at no cost. He and his wife live in Orange County CA have three grown children and 11 grandchildren.


Jennifer Kingsbury

Administrator and Board Member

Jennifer spent most of her young life on the road, as she moved 27 times before age 17. After graduating from High School, she got her BA in Psychology at CSU Long Beach, and went on to a Master’s Program in Occupational Studies for Adults with Disabilities. In 1999, she had a calling for the mission field, and has served overseas in China, Russia, Europe, Israel and the UK helping in orphanages, impoverished populations, and church administration. She spent a number of years arranging travel for large mission groups in the church. In 2006, life’s mission moved back home to help with Grandpa Bud, as his health had declined. Through many visits to the VA Hospital with him, she saw so many warriors who were still fighting the battles in their minds. It was then she knew that Grandpa Bud’s story had to be told so that others could benefit somehow.

That dream became a reality as Jennifer had the honor of being Executive Producer and Narrator for the film Bud’s Odyssey, the epic survival story of her Grandpa, Robert E. “Bud” Kingsbury. Jennifer has worked as a Travel Agent for the Disney company in Anaheim for the past 12 years and enjoys traveling the US and Worldwide with various church and charitable organizations.

Her passion is to help others find healing and strength, and considers it a great honor to serve as Administrator for Bud’s Odyssey Foundation.

Brian Wooldridge

Brian Wooldridge

Board Member

Brian graduated Whittier College, with B.A. degree in political science in 1969. While at Whittier he played varsity baseball, freshman football, and served as class president. Obtained J.D. degree from University of Southern California, School of Law, in 1972. While at U.S.C. he was commissioned as an officer in the United States Air Force through R.O.T.C. He served in the Air Force as Legal Officer in the Judge Advocate General Department. He continued to serve in the Air Force Reserve as a Judge Advocate, retiring in 1997 with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. For 36 years he served as a Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles County. Until 1987, in that capacity, he was a trial prosecutor, winning many felony jury trials in cases involving murder, sexual assault, and child molestation. He was then promoted to a series of supervisory positions. He was the Assistant Head Deputy in the Special Investigations Division for five years, prosecuting official misconduct, election fraud, and police officer shooting cases.

He then was Deputy-in-Charge in the Juvenile Division for 15 years, supervising juvenile prosecutions in the Long Beach, Pomona, and Downey offices. During his career as a supervisor, he trained and supervised hundreds of junior attorneys, as well as sworn police investigators and support staff. He retired in 2009. After officially retiring, he rejoined the District Attorney's Office as part time Deputy in the Parole Division, where represents the District Attorney at various state prisons, opposing parole for convicted murderers. He lives in Yorba Linda with his wife. They have two sons and two grandchildren. He has been a long-time participant in youth activities in the community, including more than ten years in Little League, as manager, coach, and league president. He also worked many years with Y.M.C.A. and on numerous School Attendance Review Boards.

Douglas A. DiSiena

Douglas A. DiSiena

Chief Medical Advisor


1984 Doctor of Chiropractic
Cleveland college of Chiropractic
Cum Laude
1984 Invited into “Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities”
2000 Distinguished Fellow of the International Chiropractic Association
2003 Qualified Medical Examiner (QME)
2003 Independent Disability Evaluator (IDE)
2007 Certified Physician Provider for FirstLine Therapy/
Therapeutic Life Style Change Educator (CLE)
2008 Certified Corporate Health Coach (CCHC)
2012 Board Certificated Nutrition Specialist (BCNS)
2013 Ordained Minister

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Linda Guzman

Linda Guzman

Brain paint Provider and Advisor

Growing up in Fresno, California, I was raised by my two “Greatest Generation” parents who modeled a lifestyle that included purposeful work, lifelong learning, optimized nutrition, regular recreational activity, community involvement, and a faith commitment. This apple doesn't fall from that tree. From a young age, I spent my after-school hours and summers working at the family hardware business—from dusting and answering phones to handling accounts payable/receivable and operating heavy equipment. After high school graduation, I studied at Pepperdine University, Malibu—graduating with a BA in Organizational Communication then continuing my education at CSU Fresno to earn a high school English/Speech teaching credential. I had a fulfilling career teaching at private and public high schools in Burbank, Thousand Oaks, and Fresno for nearly 20 years. While in Southern California, I also worked as a sensory cognitive motor therapist—working with children and adults using a host of techniques such as vision therapy, visual biofeedback, PACE (Processing and Cognitive Enhancement) Program, and Interactive Metronome.

Shortly after boomeranging back to Fresno, I was in a life-altering cycling accident in 2008 that resulted in whiplash; a broken neck, jaw, nose, and teeth; and a then-undiagnosed traumatic brain injury. That was the beginning of a significant downward spiral in health with a myriad of inexplicable debilitating symptoms. In 2014—after six years of seeking health solutions (including quitting a high-stress teaching career), I discovered BrainPaint neurofeedback, earned my BrainPaint certification, and started my own practice. Twenty-five BrainPaint sessions resulted in a healed, more balanced brain and freedom from those stubborn debilitating symptoms.

I’m grateful to have such deeply meaningful work as a BrainPaint provider and owner-operator of Elevate Brain Training in Fresno, CA. When I’m not working, my husband John Ellenberger and I enjoy strength training, playing frisbee, hiking, rollerblading, and being actively involved in local philanthropy as well as in our faith community. We're members of the Mayor's Faith-Based Partnership Council, whose purpose is to engage community members to help achieve a better quality of life for Fresnans. At First Presbyterian Church, Fresno, I'm active in leadership, including Circles of Care (trauma-oriented care) and women’s ministry—most recently as a women’s conference speaker.

I’m honored and privileged to partner with Bud’s Odyssey Foundation to help Fresno-area military veterans and first responders heal through neurofeedback and thrive.

Additional Neurofeedback/Brain Paint Providers

Fonda Hart

6073 N. Fresno St. Suite 105

Fresno, CA 93710


Alicia Randazzo Hobart

35 W. Thompson Blvd. Suite 204

Ventura, CA 43001