Drue Day, LPC-C
Drue is originally from the green country area where she graduated with honors from Rogers State University earning her Bachelor’s (B.S.) in Psychology and Sociology. She found her passion in the helping professions and decided to go on to pursue her Master’s (M.S., LPC) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northeastern State University.
Her research and counseling interests surround issues involving chronic/acute pain and long term illness, responder and line-of-duty individual and family matters, correctional and reintegrative care, and social or generalized anxiety. Drue has experience with adults and families in residential care facilities experiencing life transition, severe trauma, addiction, and domestic and sexual violence. Drue works with couples and families looking to make transitions. Although she loves research, her counseling style derives from a humanistic, insight oriented model.
Drue currently serves on the Board of Directors for a local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. She enjoys spending time volunteering and advocating for the causes she’s passionate for.
Insurances Accepted: Medicaid/Soonercare and Insure OK