Christian Lemmon, PhD

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Christian Lemmon, PhD

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Pediatric Psychology

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Christian Lemmon, PhD

Dr. Christian Lemmon received his PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Mississippi after receiving his MA in experimental psychology from the University of Texas El Paso and his BA in psychology from Washington College. Currently, he is a Professor and Associate Director of the Psychology Internship Program in the Department of Psychiatry & Health Behavior at Augusta University. He serves on the Psychology Residency Selection Committee, Psychiatry Residency Selection Committee, Psychology Residency Core Committee, Psychiatry Resident Education Committee, and the departmental Medical Students' Education Committee. Dr. Lemmon also serves the AU School of Medicine as the Chair of the Faculty Senate Student Promotions Committee for the Class of 2022. Finally, his primary clinical responsibilities are as the Director of the AU Eating Disorders Program. Dr. Lemmons areas of teaching include eating disorders, obesity, the Psychotherapy Process Seminar and Essentials of Clinical Medicine II (ECM II-Problem-Based Learning). His publications include articles and book chapters in the areas of eating disorders, the psychological implications of bariatric surgery and the prevention and treatment of childhood obesity. He has made numerous presentations at national and international professional meetings on the aforementioned topics and he has been a reviewer for several professional journals. As the director of the AU Health Eating Disorders Program, Dr. Lemmons clinical interests involve the assessment, and individual, group and family treatment for patients diagnosed with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and other feeding disturbances. He is also involved in the assessment and treatment of bariatric surgery candidates.

  • Clinical Interests

    Assessment and individual, group and family treatment of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervose, Binge Eating Disorder and other related feeding disturbances
    Assessment and treatment of bariatric surgery candidates

  • Research Interests

    Eating disorders
    Psychological implications of bariatric surgery
    Prevention and treatment of Childhood obesity

  • Specialties

    Psychology

    Pediatric Psychology

  • Language(s)

    English

Positions

Associate Director of the Psychology Internship Program and Professor

Certifications

American Board of Psychology - Certified

Education and Training

Medical School: University of Mississippi - 1991

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