Psychologist (Supervised Practice) (Adults, Teens)
Dr. Hatchard has a client-centered approach to therapy. He also provides treatment using cognitive behavioural therapy – CBT, where clients learn strategies to overcome symptoms and improve functioning. Depending on the presenting concerns, Dr. Hatchard also uses methods such as emotion-focused therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, and mindfulness. He provides treatment according to each individual’s unique needs.
Dr. Hatchard completed his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of Ottawa. He completed a pre-doctoral internship at the Centre for Psychological Services and Research (CPSR), where he provided assessment and treatment services to youth and adults. During his doctoral training, Dr. Hatchard completed clinical rotations at the Ottawa Hospital, Brockville General Hospital, Saint Vincent Hospital Complex Continuing Care, the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (OICBT), and the Ottawa Mindfulness Clinic.
Dr. Hatchard has been actively involved in a breadth of research throughout his doctoral training and has published a number of peer-reviewed journal articles, as well as presented his research internationally. He received recognition from the University of Ottawa for Excellence in Research in 2015, as well as for Excellence in Research and Clinical Practice in 2018. In addition, Dr. Hatchard is also passionate about increasing access to psychological services and improving client care for under-serviced populations. To this end, he has been involved in both a working group and a formal program evaluation on organizational cultural competency at the University of Ottawa.
He is a member of the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA) and the Canadian Professional Association for Transgender Health (CPATH).
ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS:
Hatchard, T., Mioduszewski, O., Fall, C., Byron-Alhassan, A., Fried, P., & Smith, A.M. (2017). Neural impact of low-level alcohol use on response inhibition: an fMRI investigation in young adults. Behavioural Brain Research, 349, 12-19. DOI: 10.1016/j.bbr.2017.04.032.
Hatchard, T., Mioduszewski, O., Zambrana, A., O’Farrell, E., Caluyong, M., Poulin, P.A. & Smith, A.M. (2017). Neural changes associated with mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR): Current knowledge, limitations, and future directions. Psychology and Neuroscience, 10, 41-56. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1037/pne0000073.
Smith, A.M., Mioduszewski, O., Hatchard, T., Byron-Alhassan, A., Fall, C., & Fried, P. (2016). Prenatal marijuana exposure impacts executive functioning into young adulthood: an fMRI study. Neurotoxicology and Teratology, doi:10.1016/j.ntt.2016.05.010.
Poulin, P. A., Romanow, H. C., Rahbari, N., Small, R, Smyth, C. E., Hatchard, T., Solomon B. K., Song, X., Harris, C. A., Kowal, J., Nathan H. J., & Wilson, K. (2016). The relationship between mindfulness, pain intensity, pain catastrophizing, depression and quality of life among cancer survivors living with chronic neuropathic pain. Supportive Care in Cancer, 24, 4167-4175. DOI: 10.1007/s00520-016-3243-x.
Hatchard, T., Smith, A.M., Halchuk, R.E., Longo, C., Fried, P.A., Hogan, M.J., & Cameron, I. (2015). Effects of low-level alcohol use on cognitive interference: An fMRI study in young adults. Alcohol, 49, 7-13. DOI: 10.1016/j.alcohol.2014.07.020.
Hatchard, T., Fried, P.A., Hogan, M.J., Cameron, I., & Smith. A.M. (2014). Marijuana use impacts cognitive interference: An fMRI investigation in young adults using the Counting Stroop task. Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy. 5, 197-203. DOI: 10.4172/2155-6105.1000197.
Hatchard, T., Lepage, C., Skidmore, B., Hutton, B., & Poulin, P.A. (2014). Comparative evaluation of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Cognitive- Behavioural Therapy for the treatment and management of chronic pain disorders: Protocol for a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis with Indirect Comparisons. Systematic Reviews. DOI: 10.1186/2046-4053-3-134.
Hatchard, T., Ting, J.J., & Messier, C. (2014). Translating the impact of exercise on cognition: Methodological issues in animal research. Behavioural Brain Research. 273, 177-188. DOI: 10.1016/j.bbr.2014.06.043.
Cahill, S.P., Hatchard, T., Abizaid, A., Holahan, M.R. (2014). An examination of early neural and cognitive alterations in hippocampal-spatial function of ghrelin receptor-deficient rats. Behavioural Brain Research, 264, 105-115. DOI: 10.1016/j.bbr.2014.02.004.