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  • Main Hospital

    Washington, District of Columbia 20010
    1-888-884-BEAR (2327)

Education & Training

  • Fellowship Program, Pediatric Psychology, 2017
    Children's National Medical Center
  • PhD, 2015
    Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Residency Program, Pediatric Psychology, 2015
    Texas Children's Hospital-Baylor College of Med.
  • MS, 2011
    Virginia Commonwealth University
  • BA, 2006
    Boston University

National Provider ID: 1215292768


Carrie Tully, Ph.D., is a clinical and pediatric psychologist with specialization in child and adolescent adjustment to illness and injury. Dr. Tully is an active clinical researcher in our Center for Translational Research with interests in building programs to promote adherence, adjustment and quality of life in youth and families with injuries and chronic illnesses. She is also an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Health, Surgery and Pediatrics at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

On the weekends, you can often find Dr. Tully at the many wonderful playgrounds and parks in the D.C. area with her husband and their two young children.

Development and acceptability of peer coach mentors for parents of young children with type 1 diabetes.
(2017) Current Diabetes Reports, 17(6), 39. doi: 10.1007/s11892-017-0870-7.

Information needs among adolescent bariatric surgery patients and their caregivers. 
(2016) Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 12(4), 876-81. doi: 10.1016/j.soard.2015.10.071

Physical activity in youth with type 1 diabetes: A review.

(2016) Current Diabetes Reports, 16(9), 1-8.

Motivational interviewing with parents of overweight children: Study design and methods for the NOURISH+MI study. 
(2014) Contemporary Clinical Trials, 37(2), 312-321.

Review of the International Depression Literacy Survey.
(2014) Association of American Medical Colleges Directory and Repository of Educational Assessment Measures

Does the Internet function like magazines? An exploration of image-focused media, eating pathology, and body dissatisfaction.
(2012) Eating Behaviors, 13(4), 398–401.