Stacy Frazier



Office: DM 286

Phone: 305-348-4818


Curriculum Vitae


Stacy Frazier, PhD, (she/her/hers) is a professor in the Department of Psychology at Florida International University. She directs a program of community-partnered and inter-agency children's mental health services research focused on strengthening supports to schools and after-school programs serving youth in neighborhoods characterized by resource poverty, gun violence, and food and housing insecurity. Extending the task-shifting literature to after-school time, Dr. Frazier's current studies are designed to support after-school recreation staff to leverage teachable moments for youth to practice life and leadership skills related to communication, emotion regulation, and problem-solving.

Research Areas

  • Urban poverty and educational / health disparities
  • Task-shifting and workforce development in community after school programs
  • Youth mental health promotion in non-specialty settings


  • BA Colgate University (Major: Psychology)
  • AM University of Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy Studies (Major: Child and Family Policy)
  • PhD Indiana University, Psychology (Major: Clinical Science)
  • Internship: University of Chicago Hospital Department of Psychiatry
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship: NIMH T32 Fellowship in Urban Children's Mental Health and HIV Prevention