Teodolinda Piqué, PsyD (She/Her/Hers), works as a clinical psychologist at Home Base, specializing in evidenced-based trauma treatments. Teo obtained her doctorate in Multicultural and Community Mental Health and completed two internships, one at San Francisco General Hospital/University of San Francisco Department of Psychiatry in the Division of Psychosocial Medicine where she was trained in 3 tracks: Trauma, CBT and Psychodynamic and second was an APA Forensic Internship at Howard University where her training included three rotations: the Counseling Center, the Hospital and a Forensic track at the DC Superior Court, Child Guidance Clinic. She started her Diversity training in the 1990’s through UCSF/SFGH Dept of Psychiatry and received her Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion through Cornell University in 2021. Today she continues Diversity, Equity and Inclusion work acknowledges cultural humility in being a life-long learner.
In her Post-doc, Dr. Pique worked in an Assertive Community Treatment Forensic Project for the homeless with severely, persistently mentally ill, jail and prison recidivists with co-occurring substance abuse, with the San Francisco’s homeless population that included homeless Vietnam Veterans. She then worked in the California State prison system for 7 years working with the adult and juvenile male populations. Previous to Home Base, she worked as a contractor for the United States Military for 5 years.
Dr. Piqué has over 10 years of local, national and international experience in Disaster Mental Health and volunteers with multiple entities. For enjoyment, she enjoys painting in her art studio, hiking tall peaks and traveling the world with her husband as well as being in the company of friends. She is honored to be included on the Home Base team working towards the same mission in helping Service Members and their families.