Meet your team of hearing specialists.
About Hearing Heal
Hearing Heal is a private hearing aid center owned and operated by Board Certified Hearing Instrument specialist, Wanda Eurasquin. We have two convenient locations in Pasadena and Beverly Hills, CA, along with a mobile clinic in Lake Elsinore and Huntington Beach to better assist our patients.
We provide our patients with in-home hearing evaluations with the “Return of the Doctor’s House Call” program. Our personal and private approach allows us to restore your hearing to the quality and lifestyle you seek, all in the comfort of your own home.
We help patients throughout Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside Counties.
Meet Our Team
Wanda Eurasquin, B.S., BC-H.I.S.
Owner | Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist
Wanda Eurasquin brings over 20 years’ experience to the hearing industry. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in applied management from Grand Canyon University and is a Board-Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist licensed by the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensing Board of California, she is also licensed in the state of Arizona. She has been helping patients regain their independence since 1998. Helping patients hear clearly brings her as much genuine instant gratification as her patients.
As a United States Veteran, Wanda found her life’s passion in starting her career working in an Audiology office, excelling to owner, later owning, and running multiple offices. A natural leader, Wanda has inspired many hearing professionals in their careers. Her practice, Hearing Heal, now employs a team of hearing specialists who serve patients located in Southern California.
She is a Board-Certified Proctor for the State of California as a Hearing Aid Dispensing Examiner and a Member of the Society of Hearing Healthcare Professionals and International Hearing Society. It is Wanda’s intent and responsibility to continue her leadership role in exemplifying California guidelines as outlined in the Rules and Laws of the State of California Board of Hearing Aid Specialists and as based on the State of California governing statutes.
Laura Brockel, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology
Sonia Zavala, BSN-RN, H.I.S.
Registered Nurse | Hearing Instrument Specialist
Sonia joined the practice with over a decade of experience in the field of Audiology. She has valuable nursing experience, including RN Supervisor at a long-term care facility, psychiatric nursing, and Lead Clinical Nurse in a Dermatology clinic. She is currently completing her Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nursing Practitioner.
Sonia started in the medical field at an audiology clinic, where she found her passion for medicine and audiology. She quickly changed her major in college from Biology to Communicative Disorders and worked in the audiology clinic throughout college. Upon completion of her degree, she realized she also had a passion for the medical side of field, so she went to nursing school. During nursing school, Sonia continued to work in the audiology clinic, gaining more experience and knowledge in the field. After nursing school, she decided to work in direct patient care and gained knowledge in the field of medicine, but her passion for the hearing care industry was always there.
When she found Hearing Heal, Sonia knew it was a perfect fit and time to get back into the field of hearing care, tying in her nursing experience and experience in the audiology field. Along with working at Hearing Heal, she is in her second year of her master’s program to become a Family Nurse Practitioner. What she enjoys most about her job is her patients. She has met some amazing patients; their wisdom and kindness has been inspirational and to give them the gift of hearing their loved ones and fulfilling their lives through hearing has been very rewarding.
As a child Sonia read a lot of books about Helen Keller, who was her inspiration for helping those with hearing impairments. Outside of work, she likes to spend time with her husband and their two dogs, Rocco and Frankie. As a family they love to go to the dog beach, go on hikes, and enjoy the outdoors.
Bernitha Metayer, H.I.S.
Hearing Instrument Specialist
Bernitha Metayer is a licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist who has been working in the hearing industry since 2017. She started as a Patient Care Coordinator, worked her way up to a Hearing Aid Tech, and then decided to become licensed Hearing Aid Specialist. Prior to entering the hearing industry, Bernitha worked in the music business.
A friend of hers suggested the hearing field because of Bernitha’s love for helping others. She immediately fell in love with the industry and seeing the difference she can make in people’s lives truly brings her joy. Helping patients hear better is the best part of her job. In her free time, Bernitha loves to shop and spend time with her loved ones.
Nyssa Finn, BSN-RN, H.I.S.
Registered Nurse | Hearing Instrument Specialist
Nyssa Finn is a certified Public Health Nurse with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She started her nursing journey as a certified nurse assistant on a MedSurge floor, then once she obtained her RN license she worked as a dialysis nurse. She has over 10 years of experience in nursing and is currently in school to obtain her Master of Science in Nursing and Family Nurse Practitioner license.
There are so many different avenues when it comes to patient care. Nyssa didn’t truly understand the depth of audiology until she personally witnessed how hearing deficits impacted her family member’s ability to communicate and how it isolated them. Helping patients has always given Nyssa a sense of fulfillment. She has the utmost level of satisfaction when a patient tells her a treatment has helped improve their life.
Nyssa enjoys spending time outdoors, whether it be gardening, camping, or hiking with her husband and dog, Winston. She loves trying new restaurants and exploring new places. She can also be found at home sipping her tea and reading a good book occasionally.
Lead Patient Care Coodinator
Jessica has over 10 years of experience in customer service and client relations. She has a A.A. degree in Business and her Bachelor of Science in Business Communications and Criminal Justice, as well as is CPR certified.
Jessica enjoys helping others in any way possible. Helping patients to hear again is incredibly rewarding for her. She helps patients pair their hearing aids to their phones using Bluetooth, cleans wax guards, changes domes and receivers, and does other quick minor fixes to ensure everyone’s hearing aids are working as they should be. Her goal is patient satisfaction and seeing them satisfied makes her happy.
Jessica likes to stay active by being healthy and working out, taking her dog for walks, and hiking different trails. She also loves to cook.
How We Give Back to Our Community
Wanda Eurasquin values community and does her best to give back. She serves on the licensing board for the California Speech Language Hearing Association and the California Hearing Aid Board. Wanda is also a Veteran and is proud to offer hearing care to her fellow Veterans.