Christin Gregory, LCSW, DSW

  • Lecturer, MSW Program

Christin Gregory, DSW, LCSW is a graduate of both the Masters of Social Work and the Doctorate of Social Work programs at the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice. She completed her undergraduate work in Sociology at Tulane University. Her area of expertise is aging and end-of-life care, with a special interest in caregivers. Dr. Gregory has extensive experience working as a hospice social worker, as well as in community mental health. Her dissertation work tested the effects of problem solving therapy on hospice family caregivers. She now works as a hospice consultant with aims to improve quality and efficacy of social work hospice care, and is a lecturer at SP2 and Chestnut Hill College.

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