Wheels of Wellness Mission

Wheels of Wellness Behavioral Consultation Services recognizes the importance of bringing behavioral strategies and interventions to the environments where children, educators and caregivers are experiencing challenges.  We are focused on providing the San Francisco Bay Area with a comprehensive and positive approach to intervention that includes evidenced-based techniques to reduce maladaptive behavior and to improve social functioning. We seek to better understand and nurture relationships to improve social and emotional wellness between children, their families and their educational environments.

Wheels of Wellness is an interdisciplinary collective currently comprised of six clinicians Heather Batalden, MA, LPCC, Beth Glisczinski, MA, LPCC, Elizabeth Lewis, BA, Kimberly MacedoStephanie Schnizlein, MA, LPCC and Sasha Torres, MA, BCBA, Donka Turner, MA, MFT who are colleagues dedicated to a common therapeutic vision. These professionals provide behavioral assessment and consultation, social skill facilitation and group therapy to children and families.

Heather, Beth, Elizabeth, Kimberly, Stephanie, Sasha and Donka are independently licensed and act as independent practitioners solely responsible for her professional scope of practice and business practices. These clinicians do not operate as a formed, legal partnership, legal corporation, LLC or any other joint business entity.

Wheels of Wellness also works with additional supports staff who are experienced in their noted areas of services and dedicated to their vision of collaborative and comprehensive care.

Heather Batalden, MA, LPCC

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Beth Glisczinski, MA, LPCC

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Elizabeth Lewis, BA

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Kimberly Macedo

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Stephanie Schnizlein, MA, LPCC

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About WOW, Behavior Intervention, Behavior Specialists, In-home Behavior Services, Behavior Modification, Social Skills, Bay Area Super Nanny, Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Interpersonal Relationships, In-service behavioral training, Play therapy, Parent Coaching, Sasha Torres, Behavioral Consulting, Wheels of Wellness ConsultingSasha Torres, MA, BCBA

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Donka Turner, MA, MFT

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“Heather has done an outstanding job helping our pre-K son build his social skills and make connections with peers.  Whenever we touch base to discuss an issue or question, I am always impressed by how well she knows our son.  I was also pleased with how well she worked with his teachers, and that they were happy to collaborate and adopt new approaches she’d suggested.”

“Thanks again for all you do! Not just with my child, but for all those children and confused, sometimes hopeless parents! You have given us the confidence to keep trying and the skills to become successful! – Father of a 5 year old diagnosed with ADHD and ASD

“I worked in tandem with Elizabeth to provide educational support for a child with Down Syndrome.  I have Masters Degree in Education, a Masters Degree in Library Sciences, and was an early elementary teacher for over twenty years.  In all my years of teaching, I have never witnessed an early intervention specialist at the caliber of Elizabeth.  She has an extraordinary gift of engaging her student/client by knowing the right balance of academic work with behavioral mentoring.  Elizabeth knows exactly when to push her student and when to pull back.  The result is that Elizabeth is able to achieve outstanding results in both the student’s behavior and educational goals. The reason for this positive outcome is that her students trust her.  Elizabeth extends herself to her student with her whole heart and the student feels her sincere intention. She’s just the best at what she does.” – Cathy Robinson, MA, Education