PhD, MA, George Washington University; BA, College of William & Mary
Counselor education and supervision, occupationally related stress response syndromes (secondary traumatic stress, vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue), countertransference, maternal mental health, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders
As a counselor educator and licensed professional counselor, Dr. Hatchuel has worked in a number of settings, including schools, community-based agencies, higher education, research, and private practice. Her training and experience have focused on comprehensive assessment; individual, family, and group counseling; psychoeducation; outreach; and the clinical training of other professional counselors. In addition to her work at Walden University, Dr. Hatchuel has a private practice where she specializes in the treatment of depression, anxiety, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and life transitions. She has a special interest in maternal mental health and supporting women experiencing challenges with pregnancy and postpartum adjustments, including the impact motherhood has on sense of self, partnership, and peer relationships. She is an active member in the Northern Virginia Licensed Professional Counselors group and provides clinical supervision for counselors pursuing state credentialing and licensure.