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Sherrie All, Ph.D.
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Mar 28, 2019
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Chicago Center for Cognitive Wellness
Sherrie All, PhD., is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in neuropsychology, cognitive rehabilitation and brain health. She owns and directs the Chicago Center for Cognitive Wellness (CCCW), a group neuropsychology practice offering assessment and treatment services in cognitive rehabilitation and psychotherapy to people affected by cognitive decline. As a leader in the field of brain health, Dr. All works to educate the public on brain-healthy behaviors and innovating brain health coaching. Her work in this area earned her the 2010 Sharpbrains Innovation Award for Most Innovative Mental Health Program as well as the attention of media outlets such as The New Yorker and Crain’s Chicago Business.
Dr. All trains other professionals in how to implement cognitive rehabilitation interventions into their practice, through continuing education programs, supervision and individual consultations. She shares her detailed understanding of the brain and brain-behavior relationships in an engaging and relatable way. Dr. All’s forthcoming book and current keynote address, “Brain Destiny: Everyday Choices to Lower Your Risk for Dementia and Change Your Life”, offers an entertaining 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 American Society on Aging (ASA) and speaks regularly on the topics of brain health, cognitive rehabilitation and interventions for early-stage dementia. Dr. All’s research includes examination of functional MRI (fMRI) and electrophysiological (EEG) biomarkers of cognitive deficits.
Financial: Sherrie All is the owner of the Chicago Center for Cognitive Wellness. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Sherrie All has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
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- Evaluate the usefulness of cognitive screeners such as the MOCA and SLUMS versus when to refer out to a qualified neuropsychologist for a comprehensive neurocognitive assessment.
- Design treatment interventions based on realistic treatment goals and the evidence supporting compensatory vs. restorative strategies and determine the difference between cognitive stimulation, cognitive training and cognitive rehabilitation.
- Determine the impact of client anxiety and false beliefs to inform the clinician’s choice of treatment interventions and clinical outcomes.
- Utilize motivational interviewing techniques and appropriate selection of rehabilitation interventions to improve client engagement.
- Utilize specific interventions to enhance attention, memory, visuospatial, language and executive skill functioning to improve client level of functioning.
- Implement treatment interventions to improve holistic brain health in clinical settings.
THE FRAMEWORK AND SCIENCE OF COGNITIVE REHABILITATION: NOT ALL BRAIN GAMES ARE REHABILITATION
ASSESSMENT APPROACHES FOR COGNITIVE DECLINE
- Brain plasticity and the latest research
- Associated brain regions and functions
- Compensatory vs. restorative strategies
- Cognitive stimulation, cognitive training and cognitive rehabilitation
INTERVENTION APPROACHES FOR BARRIERS TO REHABILITATION: MOOD, MOTIVATION & ANXIETY
- What the MOCA and SLUMS are telling you and not telling you
- When to refer for a full neuropsychological assessment
- Make the most of assessment results including neuropsychology reports
- Static (TBI / stroke) vs. progressive decline (Alzheimer’s disease): Set and maintain realistic treatment goals
- Taking care to not “over-pathologize” concussions: Know the difference between concussion, TBI, CTE and dementia
- The use of mood and personality measures
- Motivational interviewing to cultivate engagement and brain health interventions
- Treat anxiety and false beliefs to improve cognition
- Adjustment to illness and grief: Counseling the brain impaired patient
THE COGNITIVE DECLINE TOOLBOX: REAL WORLD TREATMENT STRATEGIES FOR EACH COGNITIVE DOMAIN
ATTENTION & WORKING MEMORY
- The neural bases of attention impairment
- Help clients understand working memory capacity as a means of improving metacognition
- Improve attention and reduce errors by following the DIRECT model and using PEAS & LEAP
- “Focused drilling” to expand working memory capacity and generalizing to other outcomes
- Mindfulness training to help clients shape attention and improve focus
MEMORY: PROSPECTIVE, ENCODING & RECALL
- The neural bases of memory impairment
- Frontiers in Alzheimer’s disease management
- Tailor memory training interventions to level of severity & motivation
- Effective use of calendars and other external memory aids for effective daily functioning
- Elaborative encoding techniques using visualization, linking and chunking
- Memory aids in traditional psychotherapy treatments
- Strategies for effective recall of learned information
- The neural bases of executive function impairment
- Stroke and cerebrovascular disease
- Improve planning for greater goal attainment with the use of a reverse timeline worksheet
- Expand flexible thinking with 6-step problem solving
- The neural basis of stress management and emotion regulation
VISUOSPATIAL & LANGUAGE
- The neural bases of visual and language impairment
- Useful Field of View Training (UFOV) for driving independence
- The “language wallet” for independence among people with aphasia
- Supported conversation and script training for aphasia
HOLISTIC BRAIN HEALTH INTERVENTIONS
- Shape the brain’s destiny: Cognitive reserve to build resistance and resilience to cognitive decline
- The impact of socialization on brain health and recovery
- Psychotherapy’s impact on brain health
- Effective cognitive stimulation: The truth about brain games & crosswords
- Teach clients how their brain works through metacognition intervention
RESEARCH, LIMITATIONS AND RISKS
- Social Workers
- Counselors Neuropsychologists
- Occupational Therapists
- Physical Therapists
- Speech-Language Pathologists
- Nursing Home Administrators
- Assisted Living Facility Administrators
- Long Term/Acute Care Professionals
- Case Managers Marriage & Family Therapists
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