Rob Ukleya


816-246-4465 ext 20


Rob is a Combat Veteran of the United States Army and currently serves as a Clinical Social Worker in the Army National Guard. He holds two master’s degrees: a Master of Science degree in Guidance & Counseling from Kansas State University and a Master of Social Work from University of Missouri – Kansas City.

Rob has several years of mental health experience as a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Rob has experience treating clients (both adults and adolescents) struggling with trauma, divorce, depression, anxiety, anger issues, military related issues, PTSD, sexual assault and a variety of issues requiring more intense outpatient treatment. Rob seeks to help clients better understand themselves and their existence, so they may improve their quality of life and level of functioning.

Treatment modalities utilized include individual, group, couple, and family therapy. A variety of evidenced-based practices are used to include cognitive-behavioral therapy, solution focused brief therapy, cognitive processing therapy, prolonged exposure therapy, motivational interviewing, family systems, EMDR, and psycho-education. Rob’s treatment methods are based on each clients needs, preferences, and strengths. He focuses on building awareness, mindfulness, and success in attaining each clients individual goals.

Rob has been married 31 years. He has two daughters and four grandchildren. His hobbies include listening to music, traveling, hunting, reading, playing board games and spending time with family and friends.

Robs office hours:

Mondays                                  3pm – 8pm
Tuesdays                                 1pm – 6pm
Wednesdays                           3pm – 8pm
Thursdays                               Out of Office
Fridays                                    Out of Office
Saturdays                                Out of Office
Sundays                                 Out of Office

Insurance Accepted:

TriCare (with authorization)
UBH (United Behavioral Health)