Director of the Dr. J. Michael Harding Center for Health and Wellness (CHW)
Office: Harrison Hall, 155K
Degrees: Doctorate of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology (West Virginia University), Master of Arts in Counseling (West Virginia University), Master of Science in Sport Psychology (West Virginia University), Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Carnegie Mellon University)
Year appointed: 2012
Dr. Limegrover is the Director for the Dr. J. Michael Harding Center for Health and Wellness (CHW). He brings a wealth of experience in college counseling, including strong interests in graduate and undergraduate instruction (e.g., courses in counseling theory, developmental psychology, abnormal psychology, etc.) and health behavior change research. Dr. Limegrover's clinical interests focus on interpersonal psychotherapies, including object relations, and cognitive behavioral approaches in individual, group, family and couples modes of treatment. His current interests involve applications of those approaches to multicultural treatment and education. Dr. Limegrover has additional training and proficiency in relationship and couples concerns, depression, self-injury and substance abuse.
From 2005-11, Limegrover was a staff therapist and the Coordinator of Substance Abuse Services at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He joined Marietta College in June of 2012. At Marietta, he is directly responsible for the administrative direction and management of the Center for Health and Wellness (CHW) serving 1,500 undergraduate students.
Other interests include spending time with his wife and two children, travel (especially to the beach), social justice and sports.