Mary Hatch, PhD

Dr. Hatch is an Associate Professor at the Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Institute (ADAI), Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, UW School of Medicine. Her research interests are in the development and testing of behavioral and pharmacologic interventions for substance use disorders and HIV prevention. In particular, her work has focused on the intersection of substance use and HIV-related sex and drug risk behaviors from both the consumer and workforce perspectives, and on implementation factors that affect uptake of interventions. She has held multiple and varied roles in research projects since 1994, and has long-standing experience developing, implementing, and overseeing large-scale multi-site clinical trials with community treatment providers. In addition to her work at the University of Washington, Dr. Hatch is a licensed clinical psychologist at UWMC Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic. Her clinical work specializes in the treatment of drug and alcohol addictions and co-occurring depression, anxiety and trauma.

Education

Psychology Fellow, Center for Excellence in Substance Abuse Treatment, VA Puget Sound Healthcare System-Seattle Division
Psychology Intern, VA Puget Sound Healthcare System-Seattle Division
PhD, Department of Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

Re-thinking patient stability for methadone in opioid treatment programs during a global pandemic: Provider perspectives.
(2021 May)
J Subst Abuse Treat 124(): 108223
Hatch-Maillette MA, Peavy KM, Tsui JI, Banta-Green CJ, Woolworth S, Grekin P

Dosage of booster phone calls following an SBIRT intervention in the emergency department for reducing substance use.
(2020 Sep)
J Subst Abuse Treat 116(): 108043
Hatch-Maillette MA, Donovan DM, Laschober TC

Substance Use and Mental Health in Emerging Adult Vs Older Adult Men and Women With Opioid Use Disorder.
(2020 Nov)
Am J Addict 29(6): 536-542
Barbosa-Leiker C, Campbell ANC, Pavlicova M, Scodes J, Burlew AK, Hatch-Maillette M, Mennenga SE, Mitchell SG, Novo P, Nunes EV, Rotrosen J, Greenfield SF

One size does not fit all: A NIDA CTN inspired model for community engaged cultural adaptation.
(2020 Mar)
J Subst Abuse Treat 112S(): 28-33
Burlew AK, McCuistian C, Lanaway D, Hatch-Maillette M, Shambley-Ebron D

The "Women and Trauma" study and its national impact on advancing trauma specific approaches in community substance use treatment and research.
(2020 Mar)
J Subst Abuse Treat 112S(): 12-17
Hien D, Kropp F, Wells EA, Campbell A, Hatch-Maillette M, Hodgkins C, Killeen T, Lopez-Castro T, Morgan-Lopez A, Ruglass LM, Saavedra L, Nunes EV

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