About Our Staff

Dr. Liz Angoff

Collaborative Assessment Services

Dr. Liz is a Licensed Educational Psychologist (#3115) with a Diplomate in School Neuropsychology. She received her doctorate from UC Berkeley, where she focused on collaborative practices with families. You can see Dr. Liz’s full list of credentials and publications here.

Dr. Liz has been working with students, families, and teachers for over 20 years in public schools, community settings, and private practice. She began her career as a classroom teacher, transitioned to family advocacy, and then went on to earn her degree as a school psychologist with a specialization in neuropsychology.  

Dr. Liz’s mission is to empower children and families by helping them understand their amazing, unique brains. You can learn more about her work supporting neurodivergent minds here.

Dr. Sarah Wheeler

Consultation and School Support

Dr. Wheeler offers consultation services to parents to help with:

  • Collaborating with schools
  • Navigating school supports, including 504 and IEP plans, and school placement options. 
  • Processing and understanding assessment results and next steps
  • Setting up academic and behavioral supports at home
  • Creating a support system, including any needed therapies, that aligns best with their child’s needs and strengths, and their family goals.
  • Finding good providers
  • Promoting self-advocacy in their child
  • Thinking about how to talk to their child and others about a disability or neurodivergence

Dr. Wheeler received her Doctorate in Education and credential as a School Psychologist from the University of California, Berkeley. She is currently Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP #3753) in private practice. She also has a special education teaching credential, and worked for several years as a teacher of autistic, ADHD, and learning disabled children. She has worked in public, private, and non-public schools all over the Bay Area. She trains teachers on how to work with diverse learners at the Bay Area Teacher Training Institute.

Dr. Wheeler is a proud ADHDer. She wrote about her experience receiving an ADHD diagnosis late in life here. You can find more of her writing here.