About the Author
Dr. Mitchell E. Gibson is a board-certified forensic psychiatrist, writer, artist, software developer, public speaker, and spiritual teacher. Dr. Gibson received his medical degree at the age of 25 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He then completed his residency training at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. During his last year of residency he served as Chief Resident in Psychiatry and received the Albert Einstein Foundation Research Award for his work in Sleep Disorders. Dr. Gibson is a former Chief of Staff at the East Valley Camelback Hospital in Mesa Arizona.
Dr. Gibson has been listed among the Top Doctors in Arizona in Phoenix magazine on several occasions. He has also three times been named to the Woodward and White listing of the "Best Doctors in America". He is a diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, the American College of Forensic Medicine, and the American Board of Forensic Examiners. He is currently a public speaker a spiritual teacher and lives with his wife and children in North Carolina.
Dr. Gibson is an accomplished contemporary artist and has displayed his works in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Philadelphia, Scottsdale, San Francisco, and numerous other cities around the globe. He recently received the Jury Prize for Creativity in the competition at the Museum of Fine Art in Paris, and his art work is published in the Encyclopedia of Living Artists and New Art International.
Dr. Gibson received the first of his three major spiritual initiations from Sri Matajhi Indira Devi in 1994. At that time he was granted clairvoyant vision, knowledge of the soul, and heightened intuitive healing abilities. Dr. Gibson has since then lectured extensively throughout the world as a noted public speaker on various topics including knowledge of the soul, astrology, the spiritual causes of mental illness, human potential, cosmobiology, art, and creativity enhancement.
About the President
Kathy Gibson brings to TYBRO Publications, 24 years of Corporate Marketing and Sales experience. Kathy graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business with a emphasis in Marketing in 1982.
A former world -class athlete in Basketball and Track & Field and winner of the David X. Marks scholar athlete award and Make-A-Wish foundation Hall of Fame Inductee, Kathy brings a level of excellence to TYBRO to help build a global presence.
As an athlete, Kathy used what she has recently learned was the fifth force or the divine force while competing and continues to use it in business and in life. The fifth force is temporal energy. Temporal Energy is the energy we use to create things. It is also her commitment to “Gemba Kaizen”, continuous self-improvement.
In her own journey of Inner Enlightenment, Kathy has had several spiritual encounters including one from God himself. It was this encounter with God that put her on the right path of spirituality. Finding the answers to one’s self can be achieved only when one looks within. We all have the same potential it is what we choose to do with it!
A mother of two beautiful intelligent children, Michael and Tiffany and the wife to one of God’s True Blessings, Kathy has received a full complete life and able to serve others for the sake of sharing!
In a ceremony held on May 3, 2008 Kathy Haynes Gibson was inducted into the first inaugural Madera Fan Foundation Athletic Hall of Fame. Below please find the article written by Paul Stanford the Sports Editor of the Madera Tribune:
Kathy Haynes Gibson 1978
Kathy Haynes Gibson (MHS Class of 1978) is probably the most decorated athlete in Coyote history having earned 12 varsity letters as a 4-year member of the volleyball, basketball and track and field teams. Haynes was selected first-team All-North Yosemite League nine times during her four years and was the NYL Player of the Year for all three sports her senior season. She was also first-team All-NYL her junior season when leading the Coyote volleyball team to the Valley championship and was the NYL Player of the Year her junior season when the Coyotes captured the NYL basketball title. She was 4-year participant in the California State track and field championships, taking third place in the long jump her junior season and winning the state title in the event her senior season.
She was selected as the San Joaquin Valley Sportswriter Athlete of the year in all three sports her senior season. She averaged 25 points and 14 rebounds her junior and senior seasons in basketball and won the state meet title in the long jump her senior year with a personal best mark of 19 feet, 8 inches while placing 11th in the 110 meter low hurdles. She still owns the Madera records in the long jump and hurdles and her long jump mark still stands as the No. 4 performance all-time in the Central Section, Upon graduation, Haynes accepted an academic and track and field scholarship to attend the University of Southern California.
During college, she was a member of the Trojan basketball team that went to the women's Final Four as well as competing in the track and field national championships three times. She was a team captain for the track and field team and won the David X Marks Scholar Athlete Award her senior year while also graduating with a B.S. in Business Administration. She has spent the majority of her professional career in Corporate America and now lives in North Carolina with her husband Dr. Mitchell E. Gibson and her children, Michael and Tiffany Irvin. She is now the President and owner of Tybro.com INC., which is an on-line publishing company that ships their products all over the world.