Trevor Mazzucchelli is a Senior Lecturer of Clinical Psychology in the School of Psychology. 

Trevor has been a registered and practising clinical psychologist since 1994.  He has extensive clinical experience in providing empirically supported treatments for emotional and behavioural disorders having worked in various public and private settings including Western Australia’s Disability Services Commission, Western Australia’s Department of Health, Triple P International, and in private practice.  He has developed programs to assist parents of children with disability prevent and manage commonly encountered behavioural and emotional problems, and trained many practitioners to support parents in using these programs. 

Trevor’s research interests are broad and include treatment outcome evaluations, mechanisms of behavioural and cognitive change, self-management, and how individuals and families can achieve optimal levels of functioning under both stressful and normal circumstances.

Trevor is on the editorial board of Cognitive and Behavioral Practice and Frontiers in Education.  He regularly provides training and supervision to health professionals, and teaches in the Master of Clinical Psychology course at Curtin University.

Trevor maintains a close collaborative relationship with the Parenting and Family Support Centre within The University of Queensland’s School of Psychology where he is an Honorary Associate Professor.