Hina Pant

Dr. Hina Pant has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is licensed as a psychologist in the states of New York and New Jersey. She uses an integrative orientation in her clinical work, combining aspects of psychodynamic and cognitive therapy, with an emphasis on cultural factors. Her clinical interests include issues related to cultural identity and immigration, anxiety, depression, international student concerns, support for LGBTQ students and first generation college students. Her research interests include personality assessment, psychotherapy outcome and acculturation. 


  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Central Michigan University
  • M.A., Clinical Psychology, Central Michigan University
  • B.A., Psychology and Applied Statistics, University of Pune (India)

Certifications and Licensure:

  • Licensed as a Psychologist in the states of New York and New Jersey

Professional Experience:

  • Staff Psychologist, Rutgers University
  • Staff Psychologist, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Psychology Intern, Trenton Psychiatric Hospital

Published Articles:

  • Pant, H., McCabe, B. J., Deskovitz, M. A., Weed, N. C., & Williams, J. E. (2014). Diagnostic reliability of MMPI-2 Computer Based Test Interpretations. Psychological Assessment, 26, 916–924.
  • Pant, H. (2014, July). The threat of stereotyping. The Asian American Psychologist, 5-6.
  • Cox, A. C., Pant, H., Gilson, A. N., Rodriguez, J. L., Young, K. R., Kwon, S., & Weed, N. C. (2012). Effects of augmenting response options on MMPI-2 RC scale psychometrics. Journal of Personality Assessment, 94, 613-619.