Dr. T. Ántonia Pendleton is a licensed psychologist at CAPS. She is originally from Georgia and had the fortunate opportunity of being raised in Georgia and New York. She received her Doctorate of Psychology (Psy.D.) and Master of Science degree (M.S.) in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University Maryland, as well as a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Counseling Psychology from Howard University in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Pendleton has worked in and received training in various clinical settings, including university counseling centers, hospitals, community mental health clinics, and private practice. Her theoretical orientation is integrative, mostly comprised of an interpersonal process perspective that incorporates multiculturalism & diversity while also integrating person-centered and cognitive-behavioral techniques. She strives to work collaboratively with students to foster their awareness, assist them in recognizing their strengths and resiliency, and develop effective personal coping skills that will facilitate their growth, development, and a holistic well-being.
Dr. Pendleton’s professional interests include (but are not limited to): interpersonal relationships & family-of-origin concerns; identity/cultural development; concerns of first-generation Americans, first-generation college students & students-of-color; adjustment & life transitions; and faith & spirituality concerns. Outside of CAPS, she enjoys dancing, spending time with family and friends, and when her schedule permits, visiting relatives in The Bahamas.