Stacie Mompremier

Clinic Therapist, Gender & Family Project

Stacie Mompremier

Stacie Mompremier, LMSW (she/hers/they/them) is a Clinical Therapist for the Gender & Family Project at Ackerman Institute for the Family. After receiving her/their Psychology BA from SUNY Stony Brook University, Stacie then completed a Master’s in Social Work degree from New York University. Stacie has previously worked in Crown Height’s Nursing & Rehabilitation center, Hudson Guild’s Community Center, New York Foundling Brief Strategic Family Program, and Bellevue Hospital’s Emergency Department. Throughout various work experiences, Stacie has maintained her/their passion and interest in empowering fellow community members to claim and transform their identities/lived experiences through an eclectic lens (intersectionality, strength-based/narrative/client-centered, trauma-informed, mindfulness, psychodynamic models). Her/their current interests are in self-work, sexuality, intimacy, attachment, community, and psychoanalysis.

Stacie identifies as a Brooklyn-raised, first-generation Haitian-American. When Stacie is not providing therapy, she/they can be found watching comedy/questionable reality tv shows, perusing Twitter, studying astrology, exercising, reading, or trying to discuss/annoy loved ones on their theories on the meaning of life or something random. She/they highly values humor, joy, insights and lives by the notion that to honor oneself is revolutionary.