Chief Clinical Officer
Rob is one of the founding members and owners of Calo. He obtained his BA from Point Loma Nazarene University and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Webster University in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Rob Gent has lead the Calo organization in clinical development and growth of numerous programs and is the lead developer of the proprietary CASA Developmental Trauma Treatment Model which is pervasive throughout Calo’s programs. Through his dedication to the advancement of clinical practice in treating Developmental Trauma and Attachment issues, he has become a nationally recognized expert in the field. Rob continues to share his work through speaking engagements at nationally known conferences and Developmental Trauma/Attachment trainings. His specialization in clinical development is enhanced by his therapeutic expertise and has yielded such accomplishments as the development of; CASA Competency Training, Embark- Family Intensive Program, Calo Preteens, Canine Attachment Therapy-Transferable Attachment Program, Continuum of Care – Aftercare for Residential, and other specialized programs. Rob remains passionate about neurological, psychological, and physiological development and continues to focus on the advancement of research and effectiveness of therapeutic interventions. He resides in Lake Ozark MO with his wife and two boys.