PsyD’s Salvador Treviño Presents at Cuesta College Symposium

Dr. Salvador Treviño, core faculty in the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) at Antioch University Santa Barbara, was the keynote speaker at the Cuesta College DREAMer Symposium held on Saturday, May 7, in San Luis Obispo. The symposium was well attended by mental health professionals, college and high school students, parents, faculty from various schools and colleges, and members of the Latino community from as far away as Bakersfield.

Dr. Trevino’s plenary speech focused on the trauma of immigration and Latino mental health within the current socio-political climate of the upcoming 2016 United States presidential elections. Dr. Treviño, who represents AUSB at professional venues throughout the United States, is a popular and frequently invited speaker on matters related to Latino mental health and social justice. Dr. Treviño’s professional presentations are examples of AUSB’s core values of social justice and community engagement at work.

Dr. Treviño has taught graduate level professional psychology for close to 15 years and lectures extensively on the theory and practice of child and adolescent psychology, character disorders, clinical skills development, Latino mental health, and psychoanalytic therapy.

AUSB’s Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology prepares students for multiple roles in the field of psychology while promoting self reflection, clinical and research skills, and the development of theoretical knowledge required for a successful career. For more information, visit www.antiochsb.edu/psyd.

Posted on May 11, 2016

 

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