Tammy L. Day LCSW-S, LCDC
Psychotherapist/Owner & Operator
Tammy Day is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Supervisor, a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, the Owner and Operator of New Day Education and Counseling, LLC, and a Veteran of the U.S Army.
Tammy has been working as a licensed social work professional for over 10 years. After earning her Bachelor of Social Work degree from Tarleton State, Tammy worked as the Program Director for Central Texas Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse in the Pregnant and Post-partum Intervention Program. Her time there was spent developing the curriculum for the program, providing psychoeducation and interventions to pregnant and post-partum clients, speaking to at-risk and pregnant teens in local schools, and community outreach.
In 2014, Tammy earned her Master of Social Work degree from the University of New England, and her Master of Counseling Psychology degree from Texas A&M Central Texas. Tammy progressed in her career as the Outpatient Program Manager for facilities focused on substance abuse and mental health treatment.
In 2019, Tammy took a position as the Substance Abuse Director for a Clinical and Forensic Mental Health private practice, where she focused on outpatient treatment for the Federal Bureau of Prisons Probation, Pre-trial Services, and Parole. That year she also began her journey as an adjunct professor at TAMUCT. In the following years she has taught multiple Social Work electives such as Forensic Social Work, Women's Issues in Social Work, and a Substance Abuse Seminar.
Tammy is currently focusing on her private practice, providing telehealth for substance abuse and mental health clients as well as consulting and conducting educational seminars.