College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Dr. Ryan Day is a Core Faculty member who serves in the School of Counseling and Human Services at Walden University. He is a proud Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Certified School Counselor, and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional II (CCTP-II). Dr. Day received his Master of Arts in Community Counseling degree from Argosy University Atlanta. Since then he has become a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Georgia. Dr. Day decided to pursue additional clinical training by completing a Post-Masters Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Columbus State University. He later earned his Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from Auburn University. Dr. Day was featured on various media streams, such a guest appearance conducting a live counseling show on VH1 reality tv show "K. Michelle: My Life"; guest appearance on a live radio show Jazz WCLK Atlanta speaking on PTSD and Childhood Trauma; also featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Newspaper interviewed on the topic of "Racial Trauma"; and featured on WRBL Channel 3 Columbus News speaking on the use of Art Therapy in helping others overcome mental illness and stress. He is committed to serving the counseling profession and to make sure that the licensed professional counselor identity is protected.