DR. ANDREW J. LEE - DIRECTOR
Dr. Lee has been the Director of the Office of Counseling and Disability Services, which encompasses the Kean Counseling Center and the Kean Office of Disability Services, since April 2012. He received his Doctorate of Clinical Psychology Degree from the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University and is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in New Jersey. Prior to joining the Kean Office of Counseling and Disability Services in 2012 as Director, Dr. Lee worked as a Staff Psychologist for the Rutgers University, Counseling, Alcohol and other Drug Assistance and Psychiatric Services in New Brunswick. His professional interests include cross-cultural psychotherapy, race, ethnicity, and identity issues, especially in first-generation college students, reducing the stigma of mental health issues and treatment, as well as community consultation and outreach, supervision and training.
DR. CHRISTINE ADKINS-HUTCHISON - ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
Dr. Adkins-Hutchison holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Princeton University where she majored in Psychology (BA, 1988). She received a Doctorate of Psychology Degree from the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers University (GSAPP, Clinical Psy.D., 1996). She is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in New Jersey. Prior to joining the Kean Counseling Center in 2012 as Associate Director, Dr. Adkins-Hutchison worked as a Staff Psychologist and Group Coordinator for Rutgers University, Counseling, Alcohol and other Drug Assistance, and Psychiatry Services, New Brunswick (1998-2012). She also worked for a Community Development Corporation as a Counseling Coordinator for services provided to at-risk adolescents and their families in the Somerset, NJ area. She has worked in numerous private practice and multidisciplinary settings as well. Dr. Adkins-Hutchison completed her pre-doctoral internship at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark in the Child and Adolescent Unit where she provided individual, group, family and evaluation services for urban youth and their families. Her professional interests include Cross-cultural psychotherapy, multicultural competency, race, ethnicity, and identity, working with underserved populations, LGBTQ issues, women’s issues, group counseling, grief and loss, family relationships, community consultation and outreach, supervision and training.
SHARON MCNULTY, LPC, BCPC, NCC, ACS, DRCC, CCTP – MANAGING ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
Ms. McNulty attended the University of Scranton and received her Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology with a minor in Health and Human Services. She then received her Master of Education degree in College Counseling/ Student Personnel Administration from the University of Delaware. She has also achieved a Masters of Arts in Education degree in Teaching from St. Peter’s University. Prior to coming to the Kean University Counseling Center, Ms. McNulty has served initially as a clinician, and then as the Counseling Center Director for three New Jersey colleges. She has certifications as a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Board Certified Professional Counselor, a National Certified Counselor, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor. In addition, Ms. McNulty is also certified as a Disaster Response Certified Counselor, and a Clinical Certified Trauma Professional. She has served as an adjunct professor for a Counseling Psychology master’s program and supervises masters interns. Ms. McNulty has dedicated her career to her passion for the development and empowerment of diverse college students. Her specific clinical interests include, outreach programming, surviving domestic and sexual violence and women’s issues.
KIMBERLY QUINN, MSW, LCSW, LCADC, ICADC - COORDINATOR OF DRUG AND ALCOHOL ASSISTANCE SERVICES
Ms. Quinn is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor in New Jersey. She is also an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Ms. Quinn received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Boston University. She has extensive experience with mental health and substance abuse issues. As the Coordinator of Alcohol and Drug Assistance Services for the counseling center, Ms. Quinn provides screening, counseling and psycho-educational programming for Kean University students.
LORI BARNETT, M.S.W., L.C.S.W. - CLINICIAN
Ms. Barnett is a licensed clinical social worker and a part time clinician at the Kean Counseling Center. She received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Kean University in 2009. Ms. Barnett served as a social work intern/counselor at the counseling center for one year prior to being hired as a licensed professional and has worked with a wide range of student concerns via both individual and group counseling. Ms. Barnett has previous experience in group work and trauma while working for Catholic Charities as an intern/counselor to human trafficking survivors. Her current professional interests include issues of attachment, identity, assertiveness and boundary-setting. Ms. Barnett’s professional experience includes marketing and advertising in addition to social work. She spent over a decade working in three of the country’s largest advertising agencies creating nationally viewed television, radio and print advertising.
PATRICIA STOUDT – PROGRAM ASSISTANT
Ms. Stoudt is the full time program assistant at the Kean Counseling Center. She has completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Management Science with a minor in Music at Kean University, and obtained her State of New Jersey Producer License. Ms. Stoudt oversees the center’s front desk operations in terms of welcoming/interacting with students and managing administrative duties. Her many years at Kean have allowed her to develop exceptional interpersonal and professional skills.