Dr. Julie Armstrong
has more than 20 years of Nursing & Psychology experience in the Mental Health Field
. She began her career as a Registered Nurse on the psychiatric units at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital. She retains her expertise and her certification as a Clinical Nurse Specialist and is an Expert Witness for the Board of Registered Nursing.
As a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, Dr. Armstrong has conducted forensic evaluations since 1999. Specialty areas include the evaluation of injured workers for worker's compensation and civil claims, and allegations of emotional distress and trauma. She has expertise evaluating children and adolescents as well as adults. She is a content expert for the California Board of Psychologists.
Dr. Armstrong has also appeared on IDtv (Investigation Discovery television's) Wicked Attractions
as a psychology expert and has served as a technical advisor to tv's CSI and been cited as an expert in several online and print publications.
Areas of Expertise
Psychological Treatment and MalpracticeExpert WitnessWorkers' CompensationEmployment LawSexual and Workplace Harassment
There are times when a company requires you to go to a place you don't want to go. Depending on the laws of your state and the responsibilities of your job description, you may not really have the right to refuse the assignment.
Getting fired, or receiving a termination notice, can be a real blow to your ego. Sometimes an individual receives several warnings before the formal termination notice; other times it seems to come out of the blue. In some cases, the firing seems completely random.
Sexual harassment is designed to make another person feel vulnerable and uncomfortable. Sexual harassment in the workplace is a different form of bullying, and individuals who engage in sexual harassment are bullies; in this case though they use sexual comments, behavior or innuendo to catch the other person off guard and make them feel uncomfortable.