As an Outpatient Therapist at Caron Counseling Services, Gregory Day offers individual therapy, facilitates group therapy, and provides level-of-care assessments and aftercare recommendations for his adult patients. His goal is to build rapport and connection to give his patients the security and confidence needed to deal with their addiction and build a life in recovery.
He began working at Caron Treatment Centers as a counselor assistant in 2003, before becoming a counselor in 2005. He moved to Caron Counseling Services in 2009. During his career at Caron, Greg has worked with teens, young adults, and adults.
His prior experience includes working as a counselor assistant on the drug and alcohol unit at the Children’s Home of Reading.
Greg is a certified alcohol and drug counselor. He has a Master of Human Services and Counseling from Lincoln University and a Bachelor of Arts in speech communications and counseling from Edinboro University.
When parents call me to tell me that their child graduated from high school and is moving on with their life, it’s gratifying to know I played a role in those achievements.”