Maggie is a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist and Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapist. She received her Masters in Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friends University and advanced hypnotherapy training from the Wellness Institute in Seattle, Washington. During her education she held the office of president for the Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa International Marriage and Family Therapy honor society, and was inducted into Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology. Maggie is broadly experienced in multiple therapy settings including: private practice, group therapy, educational classes including parenting, couples communication, and emotional regulation. She also interned at the Robert J. Dole VA focusing on PTSD.
Maggie’s hypnotherapy instruction included a two year intensive training where she frequently traveled to multiple parts of the country in addition to other hypnotherapy trainings. Maggie also received additional advanced training in In PsychoEducation, Sandtray Therapy, Mindfulness based Therapy, and Couples Communication. She has also served as a psychology professor at Friends University in Wichita, Kansas and has been invited to be a guest lecturer and instructor. Prior to becoming a Therapist, Maggie worked in the medical and veterinary fields and was an EMT. These experiences provide her with invaluable insight to people's unique individual circumstances.
In her free time, Maggie enjoys reading, woodworking, playing with her dog , Watson, and exploring local adventures.
Maggie B. Hatfield, LCMFT, ACHT
Watson, Dandie Dinmont Terrier