Sherrie All , PhD is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in neuropsychology, cognitive rehabilitation and brain health. She owns and operates the Chicago Center for Cognitive Wellness (CCCW), a group neuropsychology practice offering assessment as well as treatment services (cognitive rehabilitation and psychotherapy) to people affected by cognitive decline.
Dr. All built CCCW out of a passion for teaching people about the brain that influences her approach to training, speaking, writing, and consulting. In addition to running her practice, Dr. All trains other providers on how to implement cognitive rehabilitation interventions into their practice, through CEU programs and individual consultations. She is a leader in the field of brain health, working to educate the public on brain-healthy behaviors and innovating brain health coaching, earning the attention of media outlets such as The New Yorker and Crain's Chicago Business.
Dr. All is an engaging speaker, consultant, and writer on topics of positive neuropsychology and brain health. She shares her detailed understanding of the brain and brain-behavior relationships in a fun and relatable way. Her forthcoming book The Neuroscience of Memory: Seven Skills to Optimize Brain Power, Improve Memory and Stay Sharp at Any Age offers an engagiing way of promoting a popular understanding of the scientific theory of cognitive reserve to empower people to effectively care for their brains. She has been an invited speaker by the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network (LEARN) of the of the American Society on Aging (ASA) and speaks regularly across the country.
Dr. All earned her doctor of philosophy in clinical psychology from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, concentrating in clinical neuropsychology where her research focused on fMRI & EEG biomarkers of cognitive deficits. She completed her pre-doctoral internship and 2-year post-doctoral fellowship at Rutgers Biomedical & Health Sciences where she honed her skills as a neuropsychologist while continuing her biomarker research and extending her work into the development and evaluation of cognitive rehabilitation and brain health programming. Her work during her fellowship earned her the 2010 Sharpbrains Innovation Award for Most Innovative Mental Health Program.