Trevor A. Daniels, PsyD
Trevor A. Daniels, PsyD, is a clinically trained Community Psychologist and part-time professor of Clinical Psychology, with a specialization in multicultural diversity. He earned his doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology, and holds psychology degrees from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and Antioch University in Los Angeles. Trevor has worked extensively in both administrative and clinical roles in mental health and with substance use disorders over the past 20 years. Dr. Daniels began working within HIV/AIDS in 1995 as an AIDS Hospice volunteer in the Greater Cincinnati area. Professionally he has lent his expertise to community planning and is interested in issues such as cultural competency, increasing HIV health and science literacy in disproportionately affected communities, and community capacity building.