|Tubbs, Carolyn, PhD|
Carolyn Tubbs is an Associate Professor in the Programs in Couple and Family Therapy at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. She was a Research Scientist and Postdoctoral Fellow with the Family Research Consortium III for the Welfare, Children and Families: A Three City-Study, a multi-site ethnographic study on welfare reform. She has examined facilitators of family stability, family rituals, and parenting in low-income families, and had been involved in research with the National Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community. Her research interests include qualitative research methodology, shared parenting among couples with a history of intimate partner violence, health care disparities, mental and physical health issues, and parenting in low-income populations. She has served in family therapy and domestic violence boards. Currently, she is involved in evaluation and dissemination research with the Institute for Family Services.
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