Our Advisors

Dr. Pamela Wolfberg
Pamela Wolfberg, Ph.D., Professor

Dr. Wolfberg is Professor of special education and faculty advisor for the Autism Spectrum Graduate Certificate and Related Studies at SFSU. She concurrently serves on the executive committee and faculty of the Joint Doctoral program in special education with the University of California, Berkeley-SFSU. As originator of the Integrated Play Groups (IPG) model and founder of the Autism Institute on Peer Socialization and Play, she leads research, training and development efforts to establish inclusive peer play programs worldwide.

Dr. Pamela Wolfberg
Pamela Wolfberg, Ph.D., Professor

Dr. Wolfberg is Professor of special education and faculty advisor for the Autism Spectrum Graduate Certificate and Related Studies at SFSU. She concurrently serves on the executive committee and faculty of the Joint Doctoral program in special education with the University of California, Berkeley-SFSU. As originator of the Integrated Play Groups (IPG) model and founder of the Autism Institute on Peer Socialization and Play, she leads research, training and development efforts to establish inclusive peer play programs worldwide.

Michelle Garcia Winner
M.A., CCC-SLP Founder of Social Thinking

Michelle is the author of Social Thinking® and many other internationally recognized publications. As a US Congressional‐award winning speech‐language pathologist, she runs a clinic, the Centre for Social Thinking in California. Our staff are trained by Michelle on the social thinking approach in addressing the treatment and educational needs of children with a range of social and communication challenges.

Michelle Garcia Winner
M.A., CCC-SLP Founder of Social Thinking

Michelle is the author of Social Thinking® and many other internationally recognized publications. As a US Congressional‐award winning speech‐language pathologist, she runs a clinic, the Centre for Social Thinking in California. Our staff are trained by Michelle on the social thinking approach in addressing the treatment and educational needs of children with a range of social and communication challenges.

Prof. Timothy Buie
MD. Professor at Harvard Medical School

Pofessor Timothy Buie, MD is a pediatric Gastroenterologist at the Lurie Center for Autism, a multidisciplinary program that treats children, adolescents and adults with autism spectrum and other neurodevelopmental disorders. He has cared for children from over 40 states in the U.S. and from all over the world. In 2009 Dr. Buie was honored by the Autism Society of America as Professional of the Year for his outstanding work.

He has created a tangible educational program and teaching curricula presented nationally and internationally. His teaching series includes guidelines regarding behaviors of children with autism that may represent pain or other underlying medical issues and has been presented to parents; physical, occupational, and speech therapists; and a wide range of specialists from the medical community.

Prof. Timothy Buie
MD. Professor at Harvard Medical School

Pofessor Timothy Buie, MD is a pediatric Gastroenterologist at the Lurie Center for Autism, a multidisciplinary program that treats children, adolescents and adults with autism spectrum and other neurodevelopmental disorders. He has cared for children from over 40 states in the U.S. and from all over the world. In 2009 Dr. Buie was honored by the Autism Society of America as Professional of the Year for his outstanding work.

He has created a tangible educational program and teaching curricula presented nationally and internationally. His teaching series includes guidelines regarding behaviors of children with autism that may represent pain or other underlying medical issues and has been presented to parents; physical, occupational, and speech therapists; and a wide range of specialists from the medical community.

Dr. Martha Herbert
Assistant Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School

On top of her role with Harvard Medical School, Dr. Martha Herbert is also affiliated to Harvard-MIT-MGH Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, where she is director of the TRANSCEND Research Program (Treatment Research and Neuroscience Evaluation of Neurodevelopmental Disorders).

Her main research interests are in addressing autism as a “dynamic encephalopathy” (something that can change) rather than a “static encephalopathy” (something that is fixed for life) and in how environmental vulnerability affects brain and body health and function.

Dr. Martha Herbert
Assistant Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School

On top of her role with Harvard Medical School, Dr. Martha Herbert is also affiliated to Harvard-MIT-MGH Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, where she is director of the TRANSCEND Research Program (Treatment Research and Neuroscience Evaluation of Neurodevelopmental Disorders).

Her main research interests are in addressing autism as a “dynamic encephalopathy” (something that can change) rather than a “static encephalopathy” (something that is fixed for life) and in how environmental vulnerability affects brain and body health and function.

Dr. Kenneth Bock
Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice, the American College of Nutrition, and the American College for Advancement in Medicine, of which he is a former President. He is also a faculty member of the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM).

He is a world-renowned physician who established Bock Integrative Medicine, a comprehensive evaluation and treatment center in Rhinebeck, New York where he has successfully treated children and families with chronic complex medical disorders including but not limited to immune dysfunction, autoimmunity, chronic infections and the 4-A disorders (Allergies, Asthma, Autism and ADHD).

Dr. Kenneth Bock
Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice, the American College of Nutrition, and the American College for Advancement in Medicine, of which he is a former President. He is also a faculty member of the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM).

He is a world-renowned physician who established Bock Integrative Medicine, a comprehensive evaluation and treatment center in Rhinebeck, New York where he has successfully treated children and families with chronic complex medical disorders including but not limited to immune dysfunction, autoimmunity, chronic infections and the 4-A disorders (Allergies, Asthma, Autism and ADHD).

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