Dr. Aisha Armstrong is a Post-doctoral Fellow at Brighter Paths Wellness & Counseling. After moving to the United States from Barbados in 2003 to further her education, Dr. Armstrong earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia.
Following her undergraduate experience, she furthered her education by completing her Master of Science in Counseling Psychology, and her Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology degrees 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.
Aisha Armstrong, PhD
Dr. Armstrong’s approach to psychotherapy is one of collaboration and support challenges. 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 conflicts.
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.
She has a passion for working with multicultural issues; women's issues; and the academic and career development of ethnic minority and immigrant populations. In addition to therapy, Dr. Armstrong also provides psychometric testing, and didactic workshops for universities, churches, and community organizations.
In her spare time, Dr. Armstrong enjoys reading, spending time with her husband, family, and friends, and volunteering at her church.
- Anxiety & Depression
- Identifying and building coping skills
- Stress Management