About Trenna: "I believe that the most important elements of a doctor-patient relationship are communication, empathy and trust, and I aim to develop strong partnerships with each family I see in clinic. As a developmental-behavioral pediatrician, I provide developmental, behavioral and medical assessments of children with a wide range of developmental and learning difficulties. I also have an important role supporting families who are concerned about their child's development and behavior, and informing them of recent advances in our understanding of developmental conditions and treatment approaches. My goal is to empower parents as they advocate for their child. I am excited about the future of the field of developmental pediatrics -- I believe that we will continue to provide families and children with more robust evidence for our practices and treatments, use expanding technologies in our management plans and offer more interdisciplinary teams integrated into the community to help children with special needs."
Board Certified Medical Doctor in Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics and General Pediatrics
- Fellowship in Developmental Pediatrics at University of Toronto, Canada
- Residency Training in Pediatric Neurology at Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada
- Residency Training in Pediatrics at Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada
- Masters in Clinical Epidemiology at Stanford University
- Masters in Medical Genetics, University of Toronto, Canada
- Medical School at McMaster University School of Medicine, Canada