Gretchen is the UIC John Marshall Law School Counseling Center Coordinator and Post-Doctoral Fellow in Clinical Psychology at Sankofa Psychological Services. Dr. Quattlebaum obtained her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Adler University, and graduated from Florida State University with an undergraduate degree in psychology and advertising.

Dr. Quattlebaum has experience working in college counseling, community mental health, and private practice. In clinical practice, she conducts individual and relationship therapy with adults. She practices an integrative model of therapy, where she combines psychodynamic, humanistic/existential, and family systems theories. She specializes in conducting therapy with individuals who are struggling with transitions in life, grief, loss, depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, and meaning making. She also conducts psychological assessments for adolescents and adults who are seeking evaluations for school and testing accommodations, learning disorders, ADHD, socio-emotional functioning, and psychological diagnostic clarification.