Christina M. Armstrong
Christina M. Armstrong, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and licensed in the states of California and Washington. She received her doctorate and master’s degrees in clinical psychology, specializing in neuropsychology, from the University of Nevada Las Vegas, and completed her post-doctoral fellowship in Military Research Psychology with the U.S. Department of Defense. She has worked in the federal government (Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs) for the past decade developing and implementing virtual care technologies (telehealth, mobile health, virtual reality, etc) into clinical care. Dr. Armstrong also teaches graduate courses in ethics and law for mental health professionals at Pepperdine University, serves on the Ethics Committee of the Los Angeles County Psychology Association, and serves as an Associate Editor at the Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science.
University of Nevada Las Vegas
Career/Employment Concerns, Education/Personal Development, Forensic, Health & Wellness, Neuropsychology, Parenting Issues, Sleep Disorders, Stress, Testing Issues, Trauma/PTSD, Serious Mental Illness
Behavioral Medicine, Cognitive/Behavioral, Education Consultation, Evaluation/Diagnostic, Forensic Evaluation, Information and Referral, Neuropsychological Testing or Consultation, Psychological Testing and Evaluation
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