Antoinette Tompkins


Antoinette Tompkins is a multi-disciplinary Mental Health Practitioner who specializes in the integration of Psychology, Theology and Clinical Chaplaincy. Antoinette attained her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Theological Studies from Nyack College, and her Masters in Pastoral Care and Counseling from Regent University. In addition, Antoinette completed an extensive residency in Clinical Chaplaincy at Mount Sinai Hospital, where she graduated honorably with certification in Clinical Pastoral Chaplaincy under The College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy. Antoinette has worked extensively in health care, pastoral care, juvenile criminal justice, traumatic brain injury, and with victims of domestic violence.

She holds expertise in working with trauma, youth, women’s issues, and marriage and family concerns. Recently, she worked clinically providing counseling and crisis intervention to first responders in healthcare and families who have lost loved ones during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Antoinette shares her time between the healing of lives within Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital, counseling practice and ministering as a guest speaker within church ministries. In addition, Antoinette is a Gospel pianist and loves spending quality time with her loving husband and two precious sons.