Cindy Ola Trevino, PhD

Dr. Trevino is a bilingual, bicultural clinical child psychologist and she is interested in providing evidence-based, culturally responsive and collaborative care for patients and families.

Dr. Trevino collaborates as a researcher and clinician on interventions studies with children with ADHD and craniofacial or genetic differences.

Her research focuses on the use of innovative strategies to assess and promote early childhood mental health and development. This includes task-shifting studies to increase access to evidence-based treatments for Spanish-speaking families and the development of remote assessment tools to measure parenting behaviors that promote cognitive growth in young children.


PhD University of Washington
Residency: University of New Mexico, Health Sciences Center
Fellowship: Seattle Children’s Hospital

Department Affiliations

Training Programs

Psychology Internship Program

Other Affiliations

Training Clinic

Scholarly Expertise

  • Behavior Parent Management Training
  • Pediatric Psychology
  • Latino Mental Health

Recent Publications

Parent Behavior Management Training for Child ADHD Enhanced to Address Health Behaviors: Comparison of Telemedicine "Telegroup" Versus In-Person Delivery.
(2023 Jul)
J Atten Disord 27(9): 979-988
Gonzalez ES, Tran N, Wholly D, Kuhn M, Stein MA, Mendoza J, Ola C, Sasser T, Tandon PS

Behavioral and Social Functioning of Children With and Without Positional Plagiocephaly: Late Infancy to School Age.
(2022 Nov)
Cleft Palate Craniofac J 59(11): 1361-1370
Ola C, Speltz ML, Collett BR

Exploratory Qualitative Analysis of Early Literacy Engagement in Latinx Parents of a Child With a Cleft.
(2021 Jul-Aug 01)
J Craniofac Surg 32(5): 1817-1821
Johns A, Wallace E, Thach J, Ola C, Gallagher E, Gutierrez Y, Collett B

Evaluating the Feasibility and Acceptability of the Lifestyle Enhancement for ADHD Program.
(2021 Jul 20)
J Pediatr Psychol 46(6): 662-672
Ola C, Gonzalez E, Tran N, Sasser T, Kuhn M, LaCount PA, Stein MA, Mendoza JA, Tandon PS

Prediction of school-age IQ, academic achievement, and motor skills in children with positional plagiocephaly.
(2021 Jun)
Paediatr Child Health 26(3): e132-e137
Wallace ER, Ola C, Leroux BG, Speltz ML, Collett BR

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