Michael Armstrong is a fourth-year student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program at the University of Ottawa. He provides comprehensive neuropsychological assessment for children, adolescents and adults, as well as evidence-based therapy for children, adolescents and families in English under the supervision of a licensed psychologist. Previous training settings include the University of Ottawa’s Centre for Psychological Services and Research, The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board and the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.
While Michael’s career focus is in pediatric neuropsychology, his research interests cover the entire lifespan. He completed his MA in Psychology at Carleton University and has worked in in various research and practice settings with diverse clinical populations, including The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, the Youth Research Unit at the Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research, CHEO’s Eating Disorder Program, and CHEO’s Behavioural Neuroscience Consultation and Liaison team. Michael’s doctoral research examines the use of driving simulator performance as a clinical assessment and feedback tool for older adults with cognitive impairment.