Constance Colevins-tumlin

Contributing Faculty
College of Psychology and Community Services
School of Psychology
Ph.D. Forensic Psychology

Dr. Tumlin has spent more than 40 years in law enforcement and corrections working with offenders and at risk populations. Her Ph.D. is in Clinical Forensic Psychology, Dr. Tumlin has taught psychology and criminology courses to undergraduate and graduate students. She has mentored psychological assistants, practicum students, interns, and post-doctorate candidates. Areas of practice include assessments, competency restoration, program evaluation, group and individual therapy. She has maintained contact with many of her former students and continues to provide encouragement and support. Dr. Tumlin is happy to provide instruction to Ph.D. students in the Forensic Psychology program as a contributing faculty member.

Public Service

Crime Victims Advocacy Council - CVAC, Board of Directors - Atlanta

Circles of Support and Accountability - COSA, Volunteer - Fresno

Presentations

Colevins-Tumlin, C. (2016). Phenomenological Correlates of Depression and Suicidal Ideation in Law Enforcement Professionals . Society of Police and Criminal Psychologists