We are pleased to have been featured in several media outlets over the past few years. Participating in media interviews and events is part of our commitment to sharing knowledge about Psychology with the wider community.
Dr. Hatchard and Dr. Goodwin were filmed for an upcoming documentary for which Dr. Hatchard is an editorial consultant. Dr. Hatchard is also filming for an upcoming television show. More details will be posted as they become available.
SAMPLE OF DR. HATCHARD'S MEDIA APPEARANCES
FILM AND TELEVISION
2011 – Director and Editor of Who will love me?: Four stories of mother-daughter sexual abuse. [Documentary film].
2014 – Clinical work with sexual abuse survivors and interview featured in It was a Woman [Documentary film], Cherri Lowhorn (Director), produced by Mushkeg Media in Canada and aired nationally on APTN in Canada.
2014 – Television interview with Brenda Flanagan, aired on NJTV News with Mike Schneider, news broadcast on NJTV, Manhattan, NY.
2014 – Television interview with Mike Schneider, aired on The State of New Jersey’s Health: Living in Sandy’s Shadow, television special aired on NJTV, Manhattan, NY.
2011 - Interview by Diane Cranley. “The best kept secret: Mother-daughter sexual abuse.” Laguna Niguel, CA: Live 365Radio.
2012 - Interview by Cogee. “Hands off our children.” Las Vegas, NV: KLAV 1230 AM.
2013 - Interview by Kelly Waldron. “Sandy anniversary overwhelming for some.” Trenton, NJ: NJ 101.5FM.
2014 - Interview with NJ101.5 Radio News. “Sandy Still Causing Mental Health Problems, Poll Finds.” Trenton, New Jersey: NJ 101.5.
2014 - Interview with Kevin McArdle. “Poll says 1 in 5 Sandy victims still suffer serious distress.” Trenton, NJ: NJ 101.5FM.
2015 - Interview with Rolonda Watts. “Sundays with Rolonda: Emotional Eating and a Diet Free Life.” CBS Radio: Los Angeles, CA.
2011 - Interview with Carol Gorga-Williams. “Confronting sexual abuse of girls by mothers.” Asbury Park Press.
2013 - “Families must find proper balance.” Op-ed in Asbury Park Press, pp. B2.
2014 – Interview with Erin O’Neil. “Most displaced Sandy Victims Suffer from Emotional Distress, Poll Shows.” The Star-Ledger.
2014 - Interview with Asbury Park Press. “Sandy Victims Still Show Signs of Distress.” Asbury Park Press.
2014 - Interview with Brian Ianieri. “Sandy’s emotional scares remain: Poll.” Press of Atlantic City.
2014 - Interview with Jean Mikle. “Mental cost of Superstorm Sandy lingers in NJ.” Asbury Park Press.
2014 - Interview with Ari Phillips. “Two Years On, Recovery From Sandy Is Still Extremely Stressful.” Thinkprogress.org
2014 - Interview with Lindsay Abrams. “Superstorm Sandy’s psychological aftermath: Why so many people still haven’t recovered.” Salon.com
2015 - “Murky line between race and identity.” Op-ed in Asbury Park Press, pp. 9A
2011 – Created So You Want a PhD in Clinical Psychology?, the most viewed video (570K+ views) about Clinical Psychology on YouTube.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZaLipDgFZQ
2014 – Authored Real Development with Nicole Barnes, which involved casting and editing footage of 6 families and creating related academic content for a series of developmental psychology videos filmed documentary-style and published by Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ.
2014 – Created a web and mobile-based 35-Day depression relief program, consisting of audio, text, assessments and therapeutic activities for Proactive Health Solutions, Los Angeles, CA.
2015 - Created a web and mobile-based 21-Day emotional eating program, consisting of audio, text, assessments and therapeutic activities for Proactive Health Solutions, Los Angeles, CA.