Meet Christine

Dr. Christine Greer O’Connor’s counseling and research are dedicated to helping clients cope with life transitions, with specialization in three areas:

• Quarter-Life Crisis Counseling (for adults in their 20’s and 30’s)
• Couples Counseling & Pre-marital Counseling
• Alzheimer’s Counseling (for Alzheimer’s patients and their family caregivers)

Having lived in Spain and Costa Rica and having traveled extensively in five continents, Christine maintains a successful multicultural private practice. She is fluent in Spanish and has expertise working with international clients. Using telephone and video counseling, Christine works with clients throughout the world. She also sees clients in her offices in Washington, DC, and Greenville, SC. All lifestyles are welcome.

Phone: 202-630-2519
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New York University Silver School of Social Work, Ph.D.
American Institute for Psychoanalysis
Columbia University School of Social Work, M.S.W.
Haverford College, B.A. in Psychology
Universitat de Barcelona

New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
District of Columbia Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW)
South Carolina Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW)

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,26, 29-35.

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.

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.

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.


  • Fahs-Beck Doctoral Dissertation Grant
  • Diane Greenstein Memorial Fellowship
  • Ph.D. Comprehensive Qualifying Examination, Passed “With Distinction”
  • Hartford Doctoral Gerontological Pre-Dissertation Awardee
  • International Leadership Scholarship, International House, NY