Rob Pramann, Ph.D., ABPP, is the Director of CCCU Training in Psychodrama. He is a psychologist and also board certified as a Practitioner of Psychodrama (2/97), a Trainer, Educator and Practitioner of Psychodrama (4/01), and ABPP (Group Psychology, 2/15). Rob has trained with a number of recognized trainers in psychodrama, first generation students of J. L. Moreno (1889 - 1974), the originator of the method. He is a graduate of the Psychodrama Institute of New Haven, where he studied under Eugene Eliasoph, ACSW, TEP, to complete his training for certification as a Practitioner of Psychodrama (CP). Following that he trained under of John Nolte, Ph.D., T.E.P., to complete requirements for certification as a Trainer, Educator and Practitioner (T.E.P.) of Psychodrama. He was appointed an Executive Editor to the Journal of Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy in March of 2010 and was awarded \"Fellow\" status by the American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama in April, 2010. He has actively pursued training since 1988 because of what the approach has given him both personally and professionally and has functioned in a number of informal and formal training roles. Currently, in addition to his regular ongoing training (four Saturdays in the spring and four in the fall) and additional scheduling by special request, he is providing weekly psychodrama sessions a drug and alcohol treatment program.
Rob\'s practice of Psychodrama has been varied and extensive. It includes presentations at local, national, and international conferences, providing supervision and training in psychodrama, sociometry and group psychotherapy to a variety of lay and professional groups, as well as applying it to his ongoing work with groups, families, couples, and individuals. He has directed outpatient mental health groups and intensive outpatient, residential, and inpatient drug and alcohol groups. Also, he has applied the approach for the purposes of staff team building and supervision, resolving intra-organizational conflict, and in the context of both spiritual retreats and small group exploration of Bible narratives (Bibliodrama). In addition he has taught the method in graduate and undergraduate classes and institutes. His training experience with the approach includes work with high school and junior high school students, intellectually challenged persons, psychiatric inpatients, psychiatric day treatment patients, chronic psychiatric outpatients, sex offender outpatients, and autistic outpatients.
Rob has posted a number of articles, presentation outlines, and bibliographies http://www.cccutah.org/articles.htm he or others have written on his agency\'s website, as well as his current schedule and training outline http://www.cccutah.org/psychodrama1.htm. More general information about him can also be found on his agency\'s website, including his biography http://www.cccutah.org/rpramannbio.htm and Curriculum Vitae (professional resume) http://www.cccutah.org/rpramannvita.htm.
Rob and staff are also available to conduct private sessions for individuals, families, couples, work groups, organizations, churches, etc. for purposes of conflict resolution, personal or professional development and training, addressing individual or group problems and issues, or as an introduction to or demonstration of the method.