Reality Check Fact #1:

Most PSU students “party” less than 2 nights each week.

Fact taken from 2009 NH Higher Education on line Alcohol and Drug Survey at PSU

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Robert A. Ulman

Rob Ulman

Rob Ulman

Rob came to PSU in 2000 as an Adjunct Faculty.  He joined the Counseling and Human Relations Center part-time in the Fall 2009.

His credentials are:

M.Ed., Counselor Education, University of Maine at Orono, 1983

B.A., Psychology, University of Maine at Orono, 1981

Masters Level Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor (MLADC)

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselosr (LCMHC)

Biographical data:

Rob is an Adjunct Faculty member in the Graduate Counselor Education Program, focusing in the area of diagnosis and treatment of substance use disorders.  His main treatment approaches are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing/Motivational Enhancement Therapy.  He has worked with a variety of populations over the course of his career including those with acquired brain injuries, developmental disabilities, fetal alcohol syndrome/affect, autism spectrum, as well as those with substance dependence and substance abuse disorders.

 

Personal interests:

Rob’s interests include spending time with family and friends, reading, playing the euphonium, and relaxing in Maine.

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