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Mrs. Jennifer Hatfield


Mrs. Jennifer Hatfield



Schedule: M - F  7:30-3:00pm
Main Office: (949) 495-0050


Pepperdine University, B.A. Psychology
University of San Diego, M.A., Marriage and Family Therapy
Brandman University, P.P.S. Credential: School Counseling


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Hidden Hill’s School Counseling Program will provide all students the opportunity to acquire social-emotional, academic, and career skills to reach their fullest potential. By providing these opportunities, students will be lifelong learners and leaders who are productive citizens that will make transformative change in the 21st century. 


Hidden Hills School Counseling Program is to ensure equity, access and success for all students.  This is accomplished by providing a safe and nurturing environment in which the needs, interests and issues related to social-emotional, academic, and college/career development of all students are met. In collaboration with educational stakeholders, parents and community members, using data and evidence-based interventions, the counseling program guides students to high standards of integrity, independence, responsibility and success. The school counseling program advocates for students and equips them with the self-confidence necessary to reach their highest potential and challenges each student to become caring citizens and lifelong learners in today’s multicultural and technological world.


1.  All students are resilient, can be academically successful and productive members of society. 
2.  All students deserve to be members of a school community that is culturally compassionate, responsive, and that celebrates their own unique qualities. 
3.  All students learn best when positive relationships are present and fostered by all educational stakeholders. 
4.  The School Counselor will advocate for all students to gain access to academic, social-emotional and college and career support utilizing Multi-tiered System of Supports 
5.  The School Counselor will collaborate with families, stakeholders, and community resources to meet the needs of all students and assist in their development.
6.  The School Counselor will abide by the ASCA Ethical Standards for School Counselors to make informed decisions that increase equity and access to opportunities for students. 
7.  The School Counselor will utilize data to inform program decisions to ensure all students’ needs are met.  
8.  The school counseling program will consider the needs of the whole student, thoughtfully considering all ethnic, cultural, racial, socioeconomic, gender differences, developmental, and emotional exceptionalities.  
9.  The school counseling program will collaborate with district and school leaders to advance school-wide behavioral, social/emotional, and academic goals.