Meet our Staff

Meet our Psychological Services Staff

Daniel Lee, PsD, CSP, MSCP Director

Dr. Daniel Lee is a licensed psychologist, certified school psychologist and certified life coach with close to 20 years in the field. Recently, he completed a post-doctoral master’s degree in clinical psychopharmacology. He is a Past-President for the New Jersey Psychological Association. Prior to becoming the Director of the Rutgers Camden Student Wellness Center, he served as the Deputy Superintendent of Equity for the California Department of Education. He is also the Principal Consultant of N-PSY-T (pronounced Insight) Psychological Services, These culminating experiences have led to the following professional portfolio:organizational and systems development; educational and behavioral health consultative services; program development and evaluation; assessment and evaluation services and supports; training and professional development; community and parent engagement; behavioral health interventions; coaching and leadership development; research and data analysis; resource development and infusing equity in clinical, organizational, systems and personal growth initiatives. 

Daniel M. Gordon, PhD, Psychologist, Associate Director of Mental Health Services

Dan Gordon received his undergraduate degree in the Biological Basis of Behavior from the University of Pennsylvania, and he worked for several years in an inpatient setting at the former Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital before starting his doctoral work in clinical psychology at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.  He completed his internship at the former Eastern State School and Hospital, at the time Pennsylvania’s only state psychiatric hospital for children and adolescents.  He has been at the Student Wellness Center here at Rutgers Camden since 1992, and he has a private practice in Philadelphia. He was a founding board member of the New Jersey College Counseling Association.  His professional interests include the treatment of eating issues, academic development & performance, psychodynamic psychotherapy, suicide prevention & treatment, and therapy supervision & training.

Stacy Haynes, ED.D, LPC, ACS, Licensed Professional Counselor

Stacy Haynes, Ed.D, LPC, ACS is a Licensed Professional Counselor and educator, with over 20 years of mental health experience specializing in treating behavioral and emotional needs of children and families. Dr. Stacy Haynes earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Liberty University, a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Bowie State University, and her Doctorate of Education in Counseling with a concentration in Clinical Supervision and Teaching in Higher Education from Argosy University. Dr. Stacy Haynes is a clinically licensed professional counselor in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor from the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC). She has traveled nationally and internationally teaching schools, mental health facilities and parents.  She has authored 5 books including the award winning book- Powerful, Peaceful, Parenting: Guiding Children, Changing Lives.  Dr. Stacy is the owner and Clinical Director of Little Hands Family Services, LLC and founder of Little Hands Community Promise, a NJ Nonprofit supporting neurodivergent students.   She is a proud wife and mother of two children, one Eagle Scout, and one American Mensan.

Rachel Thuer, PsyD, Staff Psychologist

Rachel Thuer attended Chestnut Hill College as a first-generation college student, where she was accepted into a 5-year bachelors/master’s program, that allowed her to start taking graduate level courses after her freshman year of college. Upon graduation with her master’s degree, she started working as a psychiatric emergency screener for Gloucester County. Dr. Thuer then started working as an in-home/in-community emergency responder to children and families in crisis, and she moved on to become an in-home family therapist with families that had children involved in the justice system. She continued to work full-time while pursuing her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Immaculata University. She completed an internship where her time was split between Rutgers University Camden Student Wellness Center and Bancroft Neurohealth, where she completed neuropsychological evaluations and provided treatment to individuals with traumatic brain injury. She has been working at the Rutgers Camden Student Wellness Center as a full-time psychologist since 2017. Dr. Thuer has previously served on the board of the South Jersey Psychological Association. Her professional interests include treatment of depression, anxiety, family conflict, relational concerns, suicide prevention and treatment, and supervision and training. Her personal interests include running, swimming, and volunteering as a swim official. 

Angela C.S. Boyd, MDiv, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Social Worker

Angela Boyd received undergraduate degrees in Human Services from Saint Louis Community College, and Psychology and Sociology from Maryville University of Saint Louis. She received master’s degrees in social work from Saint Louis University and divinity from Eden Theological Seminary and is in the dissertation phase of her doctoral degree in education at the Rutgers Graduate School of Education. She has been at the Student Wellness Center at Rutgers Camden since 2017, and she has a private practice in New Jersey. Angela is an insight-oriented, cognitive behavioral therapist, with professional interest in social work supervision and training, and redressing social inequities that impact mental health.

Shari Welsh, Psy.D. Staff Psychologist

Dr. Shari Welsh is a licensed psychologist in New Jersey.  She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Rutgers University in New Brunswick with a minor in sociology in 2004.  She also earned a certification in criminal justice at Rutgers University.  She earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Immaculata University in 2010.  Dr. Welsh has a broad range of clinical experience working with individuals in a variety of settings including inpatient psychiatric hospitals, college counseling centers, brain injury rehabilitation facilities, youth residential facilities, private practice, and correctional institutions.  Dr. Welsh has performed neuropsychological and psychological evaluations in civil, criminal, and family law cases as well as clinical services in the areas of clinical neuropsychology and clinical psychology.  She has also worked extensively with individuals from diverse backgrounds providing individual and group therapy, as well as risk assessment evaluations.   

Dr. Welsh uses primarily Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in treatment but individual patient needs are always considered to tailor the approach.   When not working, Dr. Welsh enjoys spending time with her family, going to the beach, baking, and being outdoors.