Dr. Armstrong is a clinical psychologist and clinical lead at the Hawaii Family Guidance Center in Hilo. She provides supervision to trainees in conducting eligibility assessments, providing therapy, and working with multidisciplinary teams. Dr. Armstrong received her Ph.D. from The University of Montana and completed her undergraduate work at Lewis and Clark College. Dr. Armstrong’s internship and postdoctoral training were completed at the University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute’s inpatient and day treatment facilities. She also worked for the department of education for the state of Hawaii as a clinical psychologist prior to joining the team at the East Hawaii Family Guidance Center. Her research and clinical interest has centered on children and families who have experienced violence and trauma.