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At the Centers for Cognitive Wellness (CCW) we specialize in helping people figure out the “what’s next” following a diagnosis of memory loss or other changes in thinking skills, supporting both patients and families.  At our core we are a mental health practice, providing individual psychotherapy that often includes customized interventions for improving thinking skills and daily function (also called cognitive rehabilitation).  We also provide comprehensive neuropsychological assessments when needed.

Sherrie All, PhD  founded CCW in 2012 when she noticed a significant treatment gap for adults facing neuro-cognitive challenges.  Since then we have grown steadily to now include several mental health providers who offer holistic treatments with the goal of improving emotional and cognitive wellbeing to our wide range of patients.  Our providers offer what we call "neurologically informed psychotherapy" to people facing memory, attention and emotional challenges.


Many of our patients struggle with anxiety and depression without neurological conditions, but we are particularly adept at helping people affected by concussion, traumatic brain injury (TBI), stroke, early-stage dementia, mild cognitive impairment (MCI), attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), brain surgery, multiple sclerosis (MS) and other related brain declines.  We are also one of the few practices to specialize in treating Functional Neurological Disorders (FND).  Most of our providers have a keen interest in working with family care partners, who themselves experience high rates of stress and stress-related disease. Additionally, we work proactively with people interested in improving their brain health and reducing their own risk for dementia. 

Our Approach

We structure our treatments based on the individual needs of each client, which is often driven by a thorough and objective assessment of thinking, mood, and personality. We offer neuropsychological assessments to many of our clients to help clarify their treatment needs; however, many of our clients come to us after having received an assessment from one of our many close neuropsychology colleagues.

We treat the whole person, addressing physical, emotional, neurological, social, and occupational challenges. Our strategies come from our extensive toolbox of evidence based interventions that includes mindfulness, cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), interpersonal psychotherapy, cognitive rehabilitation, coaching, and wellness practices. Many times we combine our supportive and rehabilitative services with in-person or computerized brain exercises, working collaboratively with each client to find the best product or strategy while always providing hands-on coaching and strategy building.


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