Jillian Armstrong, BA
Jillian Armstrong, BA is the Academic Coordinator, Executive Function Coach, and Cogmed Working Memory Training Coach at the Neurobehavioral Institute. She has over ten years of experience working with children, adolescents, and young adults in both educational and psychological settings. She earned her Bachelor of the Arts in Psychology with minors in English and Sociology at the University of Miami, graduating with departmental honors. During her undergraduate career, she worked with administrators, teachers, and students while conducting psychological research in classrooms across South Florida. She also worked in the University of Miami hospital conducting research on cancer patients and their caregivers.
Ms. Armstrong facilitates the academic program at the NeuroBehavioral Institute, a program she has worked in since its founding. In this program, she instructs different strategies pertaining to executive functioning. While discussing executive functions, or those skills involved in the setting and achieving of goals, she works to help others understand how to obtain success and apply their new skills to life. Ms. Armstrong has experience working with clients who have various psychological diagnoses; she also specializes in various academic content areas.