Gelman, Caroline | MSW | PhD

Senior Associate Dean of Faculty and Academic Affairs & Professor
Phone: (212) 396-7542
Office: 403
Areas of Expertise:
Supportive Intervention for Caregivers
Social Work Practice with Latinos
Use of Technology in Pedagogy
Children’s Experiences in Young-onset Alzheimer’s disease families
Child Trauma

Ph.D., Smith College School for Social Work
M.S.W., University of California, Berkeley

Clinical Practice with Individuals and Families I
Clinical Practice with Individuals and Families II
Social Work Practice Lab
Professional Seminar
Core Concepts in Child Trauma

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Rosenthal Gelman, C., Black, K., & Kaye, L. (2014). Engaging students in gerontological work through innovative caregiving programming: Introduction to three brief reports. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 35(3), 219-227.

Rosenthal Gelman, C., Sokoloff, T., Graziani, N., Arias, E., & Peralta, A. (2014).The Caregiver Ombudsman Outreach Program (Co-Op): Lessons learned for engaging students and impacting the community. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 35(3), 235-239.

Rosenthal Gelman, C., Sokoloff, T., Graziani, N., Arias, E., & Peralta, A. (2014). Individually-tailored support for ethnically-diverse caregivers: Enhancing our understanding of what’s needed and what works. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 57(6-7), 662-680.

Rosenthal Gelman, C. (2014). Familismo and its impact on the family caregiving of Latinos with Alzheimer’s disease: A complex narrative. Research on Aging, 36 (1), 39-70.

Rosenthal Gelman, C., Faul, A. & Yankeelov, P. (2013). Intervention research with minority older adults: Challenges encountered, solutions enacted, and implications for future work. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 32 (2), 207-225.

Community Partnership(s)

PI for the Liberty Partnership Project, a NYS-supported project providing counseling and support to students at Vanguard High School and internship opportunities to SSSW students.

Treasurer of the Board, Project Linkage Housing Development Fund Corporation,  an East Harlem -based HUD-financed Section 202 housing for low-income older adults.  Sponsored by Mount Sinai Hospital, Union Settlement, and Greater Emmanuel Baptist Church.