Managed by Lambert Psychology, PLLC
Aisha Armstrong, Ph.D. is a Postdoctoral fellow at GLCC. Dr. Armstrong’s approach to psychotherapy is one of collaboration and supportive challenge. Dr. Armstrong actively works with others to help them meet their therapeutic and life goals, and helps them move towards lasting change. Dr. Armstrong is committed to building a strong therapeutic alliance with her clients, and strives to provide a safe space for working through individual and relational issues. Dr. Armstrong enjoys working with adolescents and adults on issues related to interpersonal conflict, depression, anxiety, identifying and building coping skills, and a variety of other presenting concerns. In addition to therapy, Dr. Armstrong also provides psychometric testing and didactic workshops for universities, churches, and community organizations.
Educational and Career Background
Dr. Armstrong’s passion for counseling and service to others was fostered at the age of 16 when she received support from a village of friends, family, faculty, and staff, as she transitioned as an international student to higher education in the United States. The guidance and support she received during this time inspired her interest in counseling adolescents and young adults. In 2007, Dr. Armstrong earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Spelman College in Atlanta, GA. After completing her undergraduate experience, she furthered her education by completing her Master of Science in Counseling Psychology Degree from Tennessee State University in Nashville, Tennessee in 2009.
In 2016, Dr. Armstrong received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Tennessee State University in Nashville, Tennessee. She completed her predoctoral internship at The University of Houston Counseling and Psychological Services in Houston, Texas. Dr. Armstrong has had extensive clinical experience in a variety of settings including: community mental health; crisis intervention; private practice; and university counseling. Dr. Armstrong enjoys working with multicultural issues; women's issues; the academic and career development of ethnic minority and immigrant populations. Dr. Armstrong is supervised by Dr. Kevin Lambert as she completes the postdoctoral clinical hours needed to obtain full licensure in the state of Texas (anticipated August 2017).
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