Meet The Team
Founder & Owner
Dr. Sherrie All, PhD
At CCCW each provider is hand selected, trained and supervised by founder and owner Sherrie All, PhD. Dr. All is passionate about filling a much-needed treatment gap for people with cognitive decline as they work to improve their lives in the face of difficult circumstances. As Dr. All’s success in treating these unique patients and families has grown, so has her team.
Therapist, Psychology Doctoral Candidate
Claire is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. She has worked in a variety of mental health and inpatient settings, specializing in trauma, anxiety, depression, and reproductive health. In addition, she has served as a therapist on several clinical trials, including an evidence-based treatment study for individuals with urologic and gynecologic conditions.
She uses a client-centered and strength- based approach, integrating evidence- based therapies including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Therapy is a collaborative process and a she believes a client’s experience is of the utmost importance. She likes to to check in to make sure the goals that are most important to her patients are being achieved.
Claire accepts BCBS PPO, Aetna PPO, and self-pay options.
Therapist, Psychology Doctoral Candidate
Kailyn Bare is a clinical psychology doctoral student at DePaul University. Her clinical and research interests are based on a health psychology framework that emphasizes a comprehensive integration of mental and physical well- being to promote wellness in individuals and communities. She has training and experience with a variety of therapeutic methods, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, existential therapy, family, couples, and group therapy, and mindfulness- based therapy.
Kailyn accepts BCBS PPO, Aetna PPO, and self-pay options.
Marisela Guerrero (Spanish speaking)
Marisela is committed to treating individuals, couples, and families through elements of CBT, mindfulness, narrative therapy, and acceptance. She emphasizes providing psychoeducation to increase self-awareness and knowledge of their diagnosis with person-centered, trauma-informed, and practical therapeutic approaches. Areas of interest include autism, anxiety, depression, anger management, interpersonal issues, childhood and adult trauma, as well as life transitions and grief. Marisela incorporates genuineness, patience, and promotes healing and self- care into her work, aiming to create a safe place where clients can feel comfortable, engage in critical thinking, and process their feelings.
Marisela accepts BCBS PPO, Aetna PPO, and self-pay options.
Saja Abu Hakmeh (Arabic speaking)
Saja is passionate about helping adults working through issues related to trauma, depression, anxiety, intimacy, and relationship issues through a warm and empathetic approach. She graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology's Master's of Science program in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling, where she trained to serve individuals with a diverse array of mental health and disability-related issues using a multicultural lens. Saja uses an eclectic approach to therapy, adapting and combining various therapeutic styles to meet the needs and goals of each of her clients
Saja accepts BCBS PPO, Aetna PPO, and self-pay options.
Kat Kline, LCSW
Kat provides cognitive rehabilitation and psychotherapy services at our Edgewater location. He is passionate about LGBTQIA+ and disability advocacy, and has specialized training in workplace mental health, peer support, dialectical behavioral therapy, and aging. As a clinician with ADHD and chronic migraines, Kat uses humor, practical experience, and a broad, evidence-based therapeutic toolbox to help people identify their strengths, adapt to new challenges, and pursue their goals, regardless of diagnoses.
Kat accepts Medicare, BCBS PPO, Aetna, United, and Self-Pay options.
Therapist and Cogmed Specialist
Lisa Schaedler, LCSW
Lisa Schaedler provides cognitive rehabilitation and psychotherapy. She is most compassionate when working with adults with cognitive impairment and brain injuries. Lisa’s approach is an active therapist who will ask questions, challenge assumptions, offer different perspectives. Remember, you do not need to be fixed; you only need to rediscover the right tools.
Lisa accepts: Medicare, BCBS PPO, United, and self-pay options
Dr. Barbara Schwartz, PhD
Barbara Schwartz offers cognitive rehabilitation and psychotherapy. She has a strong research background in understanding cognitive disorders, and she has many years of experience working with Veterans in the VA Healthcare system to improve their cognition and brain health. She currently provides telehealth services.
Barbara accepts: BCBS PPO, Aetna, and Self-pay options.
Marie T. Stein, LCSW
Marie provides cognitive rehabilitation and psychotherapy services at our Loop location. She has a specialty in geriatrics and dementia and is passionate about the overall health of all people. Marie believes that we are defined not by our challenges, but by our individual journeys.
Marie accepts: Medicare, BCBS PPO, United, Aetna, and Self-pay options.
Lydia Wardin, PsyD
Dr. Lydia Wardin provides neuropsychological assessment, cognitive rehabilitation and psychotherapy in our Edgewater office to patients experiencing a variety of changes in their thinking from brain injury, dementia, and other medical issues.
Lydia accepts: Medicare, BCBS PPO, Aetna, United medical, and Self-pay options
Martha Tierney is a warm and grounded clinician, offering cognitive rehabilitation interventions and psychotherapy in our loop location. Martha has a background in cognitive enhancement through special education and many years experience in working with people affected by Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.
Martha accepts: Medicare, BCBS PPO, United, and Self-pay options