Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Massachusetts-Boston, 2009
Eileen J. Santa-Sosa, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist in Neonatal Perinatal Services at Children’s Health, and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
Dr. Santa-Sosa's current practice focuses on psychological assessment and intervention for infants and young children in a primary care NICU follow-up program. She also teaches and supervises psychology trainees in the Clinical Child Psychology Program at Children's. Her interests include infant & early childhood psychology, neurodevelopmental follow-up, pediatric traumatic stress, primary care psychology, ethnocultural factors and disparities, evidence-based practice, and health policy.
- ethnocultural factors and health disparities
- pediatric traumatic stress
- premature birth & NICU follow-up
- Camp-based multi-component intervention for families of young children with type 1 diabetes: A pilot and feasibility study.
- Gupta OT, MacKenzie M, Burris A, Jenkins BB, Collins N, Shade M, Santa-Sosa E, Stewart SM, White PC Pediatr Diabetes 2017 Dec
- Addressing Ethnocultural Factors in Treatment for Child Physical Abuse
- Santa-Sosa, E.J. & Runyon, M.K. Journal of Child and Family Studies. DOI 10.1007/s10826-014-9969-5 2015 24 6
- Depression and Parenting by Nonoffending Mothers of Children Who Experienced Sexual Abuse.
- Santa-Sosa EJ, Steer RA, Deblinger E, Runyon MK J Child Sex Abus 2013 November-December 22 8 915-930
Shapiro, E. & Santa, E. (2005) Love in (At Least) Two Cultures: Dilemmas of Intimacy, Gender, and Generation in Practice with Immigrant Families. In Mirkin M.P., Suyemoto K. & Okun B. (Eds.), Psychotherapy with Women: Exploring Diverse Contexts and Identities.Guilford: New York.
- Texas Psychological Association (2014)
- Dallas Psychological Association (2013)
- American Psychological Association (2007)