Dailyn Acosta, PhD $$

Pediatric Psychologist

Languages Spoken:


UT Southwestern Pediatric Group

Education and Training

Graduate School
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center (2015)
UT Southwestern Medical Center (2014)


    • Infant Development in NICU
    • Family Adjustment
    • Coping and Adjustment to Medical Diagnosis
    • Research Interests

      • Infant Mental Health
      • Infant Development
      • Family Coping and Adjustment in Medical Settings                                                                                                                                                                                               
    • Publications

      • Browne, J., Martinez, D., & Talmi, A. (2016). Infant Mental Health (IMH) in the Intensive Care Unit: Considerations for the Infant, the Family and the Staff. Newborn & Infant Nursing Reviews, 16, 274-280.
      • Margolis, K., Dunn, D., Herbst, R., Bunik, M., Buchholz, M., Martinez, D., & Talmi, A. (2015, Mar). Mi Bebé y Yo: A Primary Care Group for Latina/o Infants and their Spanish-speaking Caregivers. Zero to Three Journal, 35(4), 35 – 43.
    • Professional Activities

      • American Psychological Association
      • Zero to Three Organization