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Pediatric Psycho-Oncology Professionals
Kelly Trevino

First Name: Kelly

Last Name: Trevino

Position Title: Clinical Psychology Fellow

Job Responsibilities: Combination of Research and Patient Care

Education/Training: Psychology

About Me/My interests: My primary interest is in evaluation of interventions for psychosocial distress in adolescent and young adults with cancer. I am also interested in psychosocial predictors of distress in this population. I am currently completing a clinical psychology fellowship in young adult psychosocial oncology which has included research, program development, and clinical service.

Training Opportunities: Yes

My Contact Information:

Address: 450 Brookline Avenue, Dana 1105, Boston, MA 02215

Email: kellym_trevino@dfci.harvard.edu

Phone: 617-582-8613

Topics of Interest for Collaboration: Psychosocial oncology, Adolescent, Young adult, Mental health, Psychosocial interventions

Publications that may be of interest to others:  

Trevino K.M., Maciejewski P.K., Fasciano K., & Prigerson H.G. (in press). Grief and disability in young adults with advanced cancer. Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology.

Trevino K.M., Maciejewski P.K., Fasciano K., Partridge A., Kacel B., Block S.D., & Prigerson H.G. (in press). Coping and psychological distress in young adults with advanced cancer. Journal of Supportive Oncology.

Chang, B, Stein, N., Stein, N., Trevino, K., Stewart, M., Hendricks, A., Skarf, L.M. (in press). Spiritual Needs and Spiritual Care for Veterans at End of Life and their Families. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.

Trevino, K.M., Archambault, E., Schuster, J., Richardson, P., & Moye, J. (2012). Religious coping and psychological distress in veteran cancer survivors. Journal of Religion and Health, 51, 87-98.

Trevino, K.M., Archambault, E., Schuster, J., & Moye, J. (2011). Religiosity and spirituality in military veteran cancer survivors: A qualitative perspective. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 29, 619-635.


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