PsyD’s Dr. Salvador Treviño to Keynote at Four Upcoming Conferences

PsyD in Clinical Psychology adjunct faculty Salvador Treviño, PhD, lectures extensively on the theories and practices of psychoanalytic psychotherapy, primitive mental states, and Latino mental health. He was invited by the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio to be the principal speaker at their annual Tu Familia, Tu Salud Latino behavioral healthcare series on April 17, 2019. The public healthcare series is sponsored by the Cleveland Clinic’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Dr. Treviño’s presentation will focus on inter-generational immigration trauma and the impact on family functioning.

On April 24, 2019, Dr. Treviño will deliver the keynote presentation at Cal State University Channel Islands’ (CSUCI) Mental Health and Immigration Event.  The annual event is sponsored by CSUCI’s Multicultural Dream Center. Dr. Treviño’s address will focus on Latino immigration trauma, dreams reported by Latino immigrants in treatment, and developing cultural sensitivity to the immigration experience.

The Hispanic Leadership Conference and the Coalition for Hispanic/Latino Issues and Progress invited Dr. Treviño to be the keynote speaker on April 27, 2019 at their annual conference in Loraine County Community College in Elyria, Ohio. Dr. Treviño’s address will focus on identifying the effects of immigration trauma and promoting cultural sensitivity during clinical intakes, treatment, and behavioral healthcare case management.

On May 15, 2019, Dr. Treviño will deliver the keynote presentation at the 6th Annual Ohio Children’s Alliance Trauma Informed-Care Summit in Columbus.  Dr. Treviño’s presentation will be The Latino Soul in Grief: Tales of Hope and Resilience.

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