Tracey Reichert SchimpffM.A., Ph.D, LMFT
Director of Clinical Services
Tracey’s clinical interests include working with individuals, couples, and families who have been impacted by trauma, specifically interpersonal and community violence. Her most recent research has focused on trauma experienced by therapists and the ways that impacts their clinical work.
Tracey is the clinical director of the Couple and Family Therapy Center and provides clinical supervision to students as well as supervision mentoring to supervisor candidates. She supervises students in the Syracuse University Adolescent Diversion Program (ADP), which provides alternatives to incarceration for juvenile delinquents. She is actively involved in collaborating with community organizations and serves as a board member at Toomey Residential and Community Services.
Ph.D. Marriage & Family Therapy, Syracuse University
M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy, Syracuse University
B.S. Psychology, LeMoyne College
MFT 750 - Introduction to Marriage & Family Therapy Practicum
MFT 763 - Practicum in Marriage and Family Therapy IV
MFT 762 - Practicum in Marriage and Family Therapy III
MFT 761 - Practicum in Marriage & Family Therapy II
MFT 760 - Practicum in Marriage and Family Therapy I
MFT 643 - Family Therapy with Complex Trauma
- Lane, S. D., Rubinstein, R. A., Bergen-Cico, D., Jennings-Bey, T., Haygood-El, A., Stone Fish, L., Larsen, D. A., Fullilove, M. T., Reichert-Schimpff, T., et al. (2018). Neighborhood trauma due to violence: A multilevel analysis. Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved.