Teresa Haase, PhD, LPC, ACS

Core Associate Professor
Graduate School of Counseling
EDUCATION:
PhD in Counseling, George Washington University; MA and EdS in Counseling Psychology, James Madison University; BA in English and Secondary Education, James Madison University
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS:
MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling concentration (Low-Residency)
COURSES TAUGHT:
@Naropa, Practicum Supervision; @Eastern Mennonite University, Advanced Human Development, Advanced Skill Development, Assessment and Measurement,Career Counseling, Counseling Children and Adolescents, Expressive Arts Therapies, Independent Study, Internship, Practicum, Professional Identity, Function and Ethics, Psychopathology, Research, Introduction to Counseling, Transitions; @James Madison University, Advanced Counseling Skills/Remediation, Advanced Developmental Psychology, Advanced School Counseling, Diagnosis and Intervention, Independent Study, Introduction to Community Counseling, Multicultural Perspectives in Intervention, Practicum, Tests and Measurement for School Counselors

Teresa is a passionate counselor educator focused on providing heart-centered leadership and mentoring. She is an educator, licensed professional counselor, school counselor, approved clinical supervisor, and embraces the roles of mother, wife, aunt, daughter and friend. She has received extensive training in expressive arts modalities, the provision of supervision, grief and loss counseling, and counselor formation. Teresa currently serves as Core Associate Professor for the Low Residency Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling Program. See Teresa’s CV.

PUBLICATIONS:
  • Brubaker, D. (author) and (contributors) Brubaker, E., Yoder, C., and Haase, T. (2019). When the center does not hold: Leading in an age of polarization. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press.
  • Haase, T. (July, 2019). Widowhood. Macmillan Encyclopedia of Intimate and Family Relationships: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Macmillan Reference USA/Gale, a Cengage Company.
  • Haase, T. (December, 2016). The use of metaphors to enhance communication, relationship, and confidence: Interventions in the supervision of master’s level counseling students. Metaphors and Therapy, Volume 1.
  • Haase, T. (2012). Making meaning out of loss: A story and study of young widowhood. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health, 7(3), 204–221.
  • Haase, T. (2011). The counselor within collage. In Neukrug, E. (2011). Experiencing the World of the Counselor: A Workbook for Educators and Supervisors. Brooks/Cole.
  • Hiney, T. (2002). Using line poetry as a therapeutic technique in sexual assault survivor support groups. Journal of Poetry Therapy, 15 (2), 93–98.

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Naropa Campuses Closed on Friday, March 15, 2024

Due to adverse weather conditions, all Naropa campuses will be closed Friday, March 15, 2024.  All classes that require a physical presence on campus will be canceled. All online and low-residency programs are to meet as scheduled.

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