Prudence Hatchett has over 10 years of experience working in the helping profession. Her professional activities have included individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, consulting, behavioral assessments, behavioral intervention planning, goal setting, treatment planning, and providing psychoeducation. Her professional background includes experience working across diverse ethnic groups, ages, genders, and socioeconomic statuses. She has experience working with clients of a wide variety of concerns such as behavior difficulties, emotional disabilities, anxiety, depression, Autism, ADHD/OHI, learning disabilities, drug and alcohol abuse, relationship difficulties, family and marriage concerns, physical and emotional abuse, anger issues,and a variety of trauma related concerns. She also has experience working across settings such as mental health settings, educational settings, group homes, nursing facilities, and in-home care, and telemental health.In 2018, Prudence had her first book published with Amazon titled, “Behavior is Not a Destination, It’s a Process.”
Prudence Hatchett received a BA in Psychology and M.S. in Special Education from Mississippi State University. She received a M.Ed. in Counselor Education and completed a Master level endorsement program in Emotional Disability from the University of Mississippi. She is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), and a Board Certified Telemental Health Provider (BC-TMH). Prudence holds an AA educator’s license with endorsements in Psychology, Guidance Counselor, Emotional Disability, and Mild/Moderate Disability. Prudence also earned a Diploma in Writing for Children and Teenagers from the Institute of Children’s Literature.
“My Philosophy on Mental Health & Wellness”
My philosophy on mental health and wellness is quite simple. I believe in the importance of nurturing the mind, body, and soul with a positive approach to change. A person’s life experience is unique and distinctive. With guidance in incorporating the necessary tools and skills, hope can be enhanced and renewed. Therefore, I believe that life is a growth experience with all parts working together to mature a healthy and whole individual.