Meet the Team

Tammy Day


Tammy Day is a Licensed Clinical Social Work 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 13 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 Postpartum Intervention Program.  Her time there was spent developing the curriculum for the program, providing psychoeducation and interventions to pregnant and postpartum 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, Pretrial 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.

Juan R Guerrero


Juan is an Army Veteran and a compassionate and experienced Licensed Clinical Social Worker dedicated to helping individuals navigate life’s challenges and achieve their mental health goals. With over 15 years of experience in the field of mental health, Juan is committed to providing a safe and supportive therapeutic environment where clients can explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

Juan earned his Masters degree in Social Work from the prestigious University of Texas Pan American, where he specialized in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and trauma-informed care with Latino families. He continues to engage in ongoing professional development to stay at the forefront of therapeutic techniques and advancements in the field.

Juan takes a holistic approach to therapy, recognizing that each individual is unique and may require a tailored treatment plan. His therapeutic approach is grounded in evidence-based practices, including CBT, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. He believes in the power of collaboration between therapist and client, working together to explore issues, set goals, and develop strategies for lasting change.

Joselyn Zambrana


Joselyn is a Bilingual, Spanish-Speaking Licensed Master Social Worker and a Veteran of the U.S. Army.

After graduating with her Bachelor’s in Criminology from the University of Florida, Joselyn worked for the Department of Family and Protective Services, assisting families with reunification. As a Behavioral Health Specialist in the U.S. Army, Joselyn was a leader and mentor for her unit. She created mental health education materials for the Brigade, and performed crisis intervention for soldiers experiencing mental health crises. During her time at the University of Texas at Arlington, Joselyn worked at McLane’s Children’s Hospital conducting mental health screenings for children, and providing emotional and moral support for families throughout hospitalizations.

Joselyn prides herself on embodying compassion and empathy with all clients, and enjoys finding creative ways to support them in their healing journey. She values making the process of healing a positive experience, and loves to help individuals achieve wholeness of the mind, body, soul, and spirit.

Romona Thompson


Romona is a Licensed Master Social Worker and graduate of The University of Texas at Arlington. She is currently employed with the Killeen Independent School District as a School Social Worker, and is actively working towards becoming an LCSW.  

As a social work professional, Romona advocates for and provides essential education on the importance of mental health to young people and their families. Her therapeutic approach relies heavily on her experience with trauma-informed care and cognitive behavioral therapies. Using a trauma-informed lens, Romona helps clients struggling with substance use, mental health symptoms, and stress, as well as interpersonal and family conflicts. She strives to create a safe space for clients to process their thoughts, feelings, and emotions and help them foster a growth mindset. 

“My number one goal is to provide a platform for all clients to feel comfortable openly discussing their mental health. I recognize the courage it takes to ask for help, especially during times of crisis, and I’m here to support you on that journey.” 

Logan McPherson, LVN

Business Operations Manager

Logan McPherson is the Business Operations Manager for New Day ECS and a Licensed Vocational Nurse. Logan’s work helps counselors spend more time focusing on clients, and less on administrative tasks.

Rene Wilson

Office Manager

You can trust Rene to provide the highest level of customer service and professionalism to help address any needs you may have. She has ample experience working in the field of social work, and can help with all scheduling and general office inquiries. 

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