Dina Trevino, Ph.D., L.S.S.P., uses her experience working with children and teens to help those in crisis navigate the complexities of the mental health, educational, and legal systems. Dr. Trevino provides individual and family therapy, along with psychological testing, consultations for schools, parenting coordinator/facilitator services for the court, and investigations for custody, parent access, and adoption litigation.
Based in San Antonio, she currently operates a private practice with one other psychologist and three other mental health professionals. To better satisfy her diverse patient base, Dr. Dina Trevino is fluent in both English and Spanish. Before turning to private practice, Dr. Dina Trevino held positions as a consulting psychologist with the Challenge Adolescent Day Treatment Program, Blue Skies Living Center, the New Day of San Antonio Partial Hospitalization Program, Southwest Independent School District in San Antonio, and the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District.
Dr. Trevino has also provided supervision for clinical psychology interns as a member of the clinical faculty at Our Lady of the Lake University and The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. Dr. Dina Trevino attended The University of Texas at Austin. While working full time, she earned her B.A. in psychology in 1977, her M.A. in counseling psychology in 1981, and her Ph.D. in counseling psychology in 1986.
In 1987, Dr. Trevino received her Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists Licensure. In 1997, she received her L.S.S.P. (Licensed Specialist in School Psychology) Licensure. Dr. Dina Trevino's professional memberships include involvement in the National Register of Health Service Providers the Association of Familial and Conciliation Courts, the American Psychological Association, the Health Service Providers in Psychology, and the Texas Psychological Association.
In her free time, Dr. Dina Trevino enjoys volunteering with Wolf Trails Kids Camps. She has been married for 37 years and is the mother of three grown children.