Lillian Tibbles, PhD is a writer, teacher, researcher, retired psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner, and family therapist. She was born and raised in Connecticut. She graduated from the Hartford Hospital School of Nursing and received a Master’s of Science Degree in Nursing and PhD from the University of Connecticut.
As a graduate student Lillian became a computer enthusiast and later as a project director coordinated the work of a National Institute of Health Research Grant team. The team developed and implemented computer and video education programs for adult surgical patients. She published the outcomes of this study and other works on adult education in professional journals.
Lillian volunteers as a mentor for high school students. She has two children and three grandchildren who she visits frequently using video call.