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Meet the N-Psy-T Staff

Daniel Lee

Daniel Lee, Psy. D

Daniel Lee, Psy. D (Principle Consultant) is a multi-credentialed, licensed Psychologist, Certified Life Coach and author of the popular self-coaching book, “Do What You’re Built For”. He challenges individuals and corporate environments to move past inhibiting issues and behaviors in order to grab hold of success. As a result, he has developed a successful coaching strategy which he himself has successfully used and transformed this into the self-coaching model and book named above. He also believes that once you make the decision to be successful, YOU ARE SUCCESSFUL!

A Philadelphia native, Dr. Lee also received his secondary and post-secondary education in the Philadelphia area (Temple University and Immaculata University respectively) culminating with his receiving his Doctorate in Psychology in 2005. He has also obtained several certifications along the way: Certified Life Coach (2007), PA & NJ Certified School Psychologist (2005), PA Teaching Certification for Special Education (1995). This background along with over a decade of professional experience has served him well as the Founder and President of N-PsyT. He currently resides in Philadelphia with his wife Nicole and his three wonderful children, Christian, Daniel Jr. and Hope.

Barbara Still

Barbara Still

Barbara Still, MSW, Ed.S, NCSP (Lead Consultant) is a practicing School Psychologist and Social Worker with over thirty years of professional experiences in the areas of education, behavioral health and social welfare. Barbara’s extensive professional experiences in education include serving as a Family Resource Network Coordinator for the School District of Philadelphia’s Bartram Cluster; Social Services Coordination in both disciplinary and comprehensive educational settings; and serving as an Experiential Educational Coordinator for an alternative high school. Ms. Still’s previous professional positions also include employment as Associate Director of Admissions and Lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania, Psychiatric Social Worker at Temple University Hospital and Community Action Specialist for the Federal government.

Ms. Still’s educational background includes a Bachelor’s of Arts in Political Science from Lincoln University and a Master of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania. She also has an Education Specialist degree in School Psychology from Rider University and she has completed all required courses at Widener University for a Supervisory Certification in Pupil, Personnel and Services. In addition, Ms. Still attended Yale University’s Master of Public Health Program. Barbara Still is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, who also is licensed to practice social work in Pennsylvania. Ms. Still is a member of several professional organizations including the National Association of School Psychologists, Community Program Developers, Incorporated and the National Association of Black Social Workers. She is currently a doctoral candidate in School Psychology at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Her professional goal is to continue making a difference in the lives of students through assisting in the provision of comprehensive and cohesive services needed to help them actualize their educational potential.

Rhonda Anderson

Information coming soon.

Gina H. Curry

Gina H. Curry

Gina H. Curry (Behavioral Specialist/Comprehensive Student Assistance Process Consultant) is a professional Behavioral Health Consultant with over ten years of collegiate instruction in the areas of criminal justice, violence and sociology. Her work experience includes positions as a Behavioral Consultant with N-Psy-T, a seasoned Adjunct Professor and Curriculum Developer for Saint Joseph’s University, a Training and Development Consultant and Behavior Specialist Consultant at Staffing Plus, Inc. and Clinical Case Supervisor and Behavioral Specialist Consultant at Elwyn, Inc. Her roles and responsibilities have included administrative supervision and decision-making, training program and product developer, professional training presenter, organizational consultancy, and behavioral health direct service consultancy.

Gina earned her B.S. in Criminal Justice and Sociology and M.S. in Criminal Justice at Saint Joseph’s University. In addition, She has also participated in supplemental clinical coursework at Immaculata University and Capella University. Gina holds memberships with various professional organizations such as the American Society for Training and Development and the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce.

Nsima Umoh-Camara

Nsima Umoh-Camara

Nsima Umoh-Camara (Special Education Consultant) brings extensive grade – school level education experience to N-Psy-T. Her diverse background includes working as an ESL Program Specialist, serving as a Special Education Supervisor/Teacher/Coordinator and as a Counselor for children with emotional, educational, developmental, cognitive and behavioral concerns.

Nsima earned her Bachelor of Science in Political Science from the University Of Maryland University College. Further education includes earning her Master’s of Education in General Education from Arcadia University with 39 extra credits in Special Education and English as a Second Language (ESL). She is certified in both Special Education and as an ESL Specialist. She is a member of CEC-Council for Exceptional Children and National Special Educational Advocacy Institute.

Mrs. Camara’s roles and responsibilities have included consultation and training with general and Special Education teachers, staff professional development, program development for Special Education in an alternative setting, Local and State Penn Data compliance, Local and State Audit process supervision, ESL supervision-with special concentration on African cultural differences, response to OCR complaint from Local and State Department of Education, Pre-Conference Hearings, Mediations, Due Process Hearings, organizational consultancy, diagnostic testing as well as Special Education Advocacy.