As you know, Trinus uses head tracking to make the experience more realistic. But, in Skyrim, you are left with two choices. You can either give up head mobility to be able to have head tracking, or you sacrifice head tracking to use a controller. (please note, this cure is meant for the PC version of Skyrim) My trick, is to set Skyrim to keyboard controls, and then yse some software, like keysticks, to translate controller movement into keyboard controls.
keysticks is a free, open source, program that can be downloaded on keysticks.exe. It takes about 30 minutes to set it up to your preference, to do so, when first launching, select, “new profile”. Some notes, though, when setting the “wasd” keys for whatever analog stick you prefer, make sure that you apply both keys in the corner boxes. aka, the top left will hold the “w” key and the “a” key. make sure to select that it holds the key instead of press. and, make sure that all the other keys that aren’t being pressed get set to disable. so, when you bring the stick strait up, you press “w”, and release “asd” in case if it was previously selected. Finally set the middle box to release “wasd” so you can completely stop. You don’t need to select the other stick for mouse movement, since that is covered by trinus.
Other than that, be sure to experiment and test your layout to make sure it has all the needed functionality and is comfortable for you. Please reply if this is helpful, or you have any other tips/questions. I am not exactly a reliable source for answers, though.