Meet Dr. Sherri Broadwater

About Dr. Sherri

Dr. Sherri Simpson Broadwater (Dr. Sherri Psych) is a nationally recognized Double Board-Certified Adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist. She is the CEO and Co-founder, with her husband, Mr. Robert Lee Broadwater Jr. of, an innovative psychiatric and coaching wellness center that focuses on Creative Wellness, Healing, and Empowerment.

Additionally, she provides psychiatric consultation to undergraduate and graduate students at Georgia State University. In her spare time, she serves on the Ivy Community Foundation Board, enjoys exercising and collecting African artwork. She is also working on a new book to educate black women on the process of achieving and maintaining wellness. Passionate about educating the masses, Dr. Sherri Psych informs the community on internet and social media platforms, and she has given close to 100 presentations, trainings, and workshops on health and recovery, culture and spirituality, and organizational leadership.

Sharing the experiences of many of her high-performing patients, Dr. Broadwater is attuned to what the professional woman needs and wants.  Sacrificing for many years to achieve her childhood dream of becoming a physician, Dr. Sherri knows and has endured the impact of accomplishing her dream at the expense of other aspects of her life.   Dr. Sherri is committed to assisting women their families including their men to live more satisfying lives on their own terms.

Transforming family frustration and crisis to fulfillment and healthy communication is a ministry of Dr. Broadwater’s. Becoming well and maintaining harmony occurs through love, prayer, healthy living, and professional interventions as indicated. Her creative psychiatric practice incorporates walking wellness appointments and virtual access. Dr. Sherri is also a life coach, another way she assists others to obtain clarity and fulfillment.   More information about Dr. Sherri’s coaching program can be found at 

A native of South Fulton, GA, Dr. Sherri Broadwater graduated from Tri-Cities High School before earning a B.S. degree from the prestigious Howard University. She then graduated with general honors from Meharry Medical College with a Doctorate of Medicine.  The Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine is where she completed her Internship, Adult Psychiatry Residency and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship in Houston, Texas.