Christine, Founder and Director of the Quarterlife Center, is a licensed clinical social worker with extensive experience working with quarterlife clients. At age 24, she experienced her own quarterlife crisis. It motivated her to closely examine who she was and how she could create a fulfilling life for herself and be a positive influence on her loved ones and community.
This journey inspired her to help others successfully navigate the changes, challenges, and exciting experiences of young adulthood. She enjoys helping quarterlifers thrive and live more intentionally as they make important choices about relationships, careers, and their place in the world. In addition to helping her clients, Christine enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, playing tennis, and taking a good power nap.
- PhD in Clinical Social Work, New York University
- MS in Social Work, Columbia University
- Spanish studies, Universitat de Barcelona
- BA in Psychology, Haverford College
Advanced Training :
- The Washington School of Psychiatry
- American Institute for Psychoanalysis
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
- Washington, D.C., LICSW
- Virginia, LCSW
- New York, LCSW
- South Carolina, LISW-CP
- Rosenthal Gelman, C., & Greer, C. (2011). Young children in early-onset Alzheimer’s disease families: Research gaps and emerging service needs. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias.
- Rosenthal Gelman, C., Sheets, D., & Greer, C. (2010). Increasing capacity for caregiving through partnerships. November 20, New Orleans, LA: Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting.
- Greer, C. (2009). An intervention for Latino family caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients: Unique needs and research gaps. November 18, Atlanta, GA: Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting.
- Greer, C. & Fermin, M. (2008). Young children of parents with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease: An emerging population. October 31, Philadelphia, PA: Council on Social Work Education Conference.
- Rosenthal Gelman, C. & Greer, C. (2008). Children of persons with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease: Research gaps and emerging service needs. November 23, National Harbor, MD: Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting.
Personally Speaking — “Changes that result from life transitions are an inevitable part of life, and much of our happiness depends on how we navigate these times of transition. We at QLC are here to help you create the life you want. All lifestyles are welcome”
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