Faculty and Staff
Dodie Limberg, Ph.D.
|Department:||Educational and Developmental Science
College of Education
Ph.D. in Education-Counselor Education
School counseling, research identity development of counselors and counseling students, the development of altruism, international school counseling, and wellness
Dodie Limberg, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor the Department of Educational and Developmental Science in the Counselor Education program. She completed her doctoral studies at the University of Central Florida. Dodie is a certified K-12 school counselor. She has worked as a school counselor and clinical mental health counselor in Florida, Switzerland, and Israel. Dodie's research interests include school counseling, research identity development, and the development of altruism. Dodie is currently focused on the school counselor’s role in STEM career development and identifying factors that influence counselor education doctoral student’s research identity development. She currently serves as an editorial review board member for Professional School Counseling and Counseling and Values Journal.
Shokouhi, A. & Limberg, D. (in press) Counseling preadolescents: Utilizing developmental cues to guide therapeutic approaches. International Journal of Play Therapy.
Limberg, D. & Shokouhi, A. (in press). An interview with Judith Miranti: A servant leader and advocate for ASERVIC. Counseling & Values Journal.
Bell, H., Limberg, D., Jacobson, L., & Super, J. T. (in press). Enhancing counselor-in training self-awareness by infusing creativity in the pedagogy of a play therapy course. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health.
Lambie, G. W., Hayes, B. G., Griffith, C., Limberg, D., & Mullen, P. R. (2013). Doctoral education students’ levels of research knowledge, research self-efficacy, and interest in research: A cross-sectional investigation. Journal of Innovative Higher Education, 39(2), 139-153.
Limberg, D….Lambie, G. W. (2013). Professional identity development of counselor education doctoral students: A qualitative investigation. The Professional Counselor: Research and Practice, 3(1), 40-53.
Bell, H., Limberg, D., & Robinson, E. H. (2013). Recognizing trauma in the classroom: A practical guide for educators. Childhood Education, 89(3),129-145.
Price, E., & Limberg, D. (2013). Addressing the mental health needs of gay veterans: A group counseling approach. Journal of Military and Government Counseling, 1(1), 26-39.
Limberg, D., Bell, H., & Lambie, G. W. (2012) Developmental, solution-focused supervision for counselors-in-training. The Wisconsin Counseling Journal, 26, 3-13.
Limberg, D., & Lambie, G. W. (2011). Third culture kids: Implications for professional school counseling. Professional School Counseling, 15(1), 45-54.
Hott, B. L., & Limberg, D. (in press). Positive behavioral supports: What really works at the secondary level. What Really Works in Education.
Ohrt, J. H., Limberg, D., & Ware, J. N. (2013). Integrating play techniques with students experiencing academic challenges. In J. R. Curry & L. Fazio-Griffith (Eds.). Integrating play techniques in comprehensive school counseling programs (pp.125-148). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.
Ohrt, J. H., Ware, J. N., & Limberg, D. (2013). Using play techniques for family substance abuse concerns. In J. R. Curry & L. Fazio-Griffith (Eds.). Integrating play techniques in comprehensive school counseling programs (pp. 43-65). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.
Limberg, D., Lambie, G.W., & Robinson, E. H. (2014, May). The contribution of practicing school level of altruism to their degree of burnout. Presented at the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Research Conference, England.
Limberg, D., & Ohrt, J. H. (2014, May). A phenomenological investigation of adolescents’ perceptions of school counseling. Presented at the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Research Conference, England.
Limberg, D., Robinson, E. H., & Sherrel, R. (2013, June). An investigation of altruism in the greatest generation: A Qualitative inquiry. Presented at the 11th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Budapest, Hungary.
Limberg, D., Robinson, E. H., & Sherrel, R. (2013, June). A cross cultural examination of altruism. Presented at the 11th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Budapest, Hungary.
Limberg, D., Carlson, R. G., & Ieva, K. (2014, October). Collaboration between Counselor Educators to increase external funding opportunities. Presentation accepted at the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Birmingham, Alabama.
Carlson, R. G. & Limberg, D. (2014, September). The contribution of couple demographics and overall couple well-being to change after attending relationship education Presentation accepted at the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling Conference, Moline, Illinois.
Limberg, D., & Flasch, P. (2014, April). The contribution of practicing school counselors’ level of altruism to their degree of burnout. Presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
2013 ACA (American Counseling Association) Glen E. Hubele National Graduate Student Award
2012 ACES (Association for Counselor Education & Supervision) Outstanding Graduate Student Leadership Award
2012 SACES (Southern Association for Counselor Education & Supervision) Outstanding Doctoral Student Award