AUSB’s Dr. Treviño to Present at California Psychological Association Convention

Dr. Salvador Treviño, PhD, in collaboration with UCSB doctoral student, Erika Noriega, MA, will be presenting his scholarship on Latino mental health at the 2014 California Psychological Association Annual Convention in Monterey, Calif., April 10-13. He will discuss Creating Sacred Space in Community Oriented Clinical Work with Latinas” from a psycho-historical, phenomenological perspective and grounded in clinical work.

Earlier in 2014, Dr. Treviño presented on “Latino Mental Health: The Legacy of Historical Trauma” at the 2014 Mid-Winter Conference of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology. It was well attended by psychologists, delegates, and Directors of Clinical Training Programs, and generated dialogue relevant to understanding the mental health issues impacting Latinos and immigration.

Dr. Treviño is the Clinical Faculty and Director of Practicum for AUSB’s Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology and actively shares his research with the broader community. You can learn more about AUSB’s PsyD in Clinical Psychology program here.


Salvador D. Treviño, PhD, earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, MA in clinical psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, and BA in sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Dr. Treviño has taught professional psychology for over 15 years and lectures extensively on the theories and practices of psychoanalytic psychotherapy, primitive mental states, and Latino mental health. Drawing on his scholarship of more than 35 years of clinical work with Latino immigrants and an immigrant himself, Dr. Treviño is active in furthering the national conversation on cultural diversity, Latino historical trauma, the psychology of racism, and matters of social justice from a psychoanalytic perspective. Dr. Treviño is a full clinical member of the American Psychological Association, California Psychological Association, National Latino Psychological Association, and California Latino Psychological Association. Dr. Treviño is licensed as a psychologist and marriage and family therapist. He maintains a private practice in Santa Barbara.


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