Carrie Tully, Ph.D., is a clinical and pediatric psychologist with specialization in child and adolescent adjustment to illness and injury. Dr. Tully provides psychological services for youth and families after burn injuries. She is particularly interested in helping youth and families adjust and cope following injuries or diagnosis of a chronic illness, while promoting healthy development and optimal quality of life. Dr. Tully is an active clinical researcher with interests in building programs to promoting adherence, adjustment, and quality of life in youth and families with injuries and chronic illnesses. She has multiple publications in the area of child health and serves on projects at Children’s National working with families with a variety of presenting health concerns including type 1 diabetes, asthma, and burn injuries.