Yvonne Haase, LMHC-QS
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Clinical Supervisor
Yvonne Haase, LMHC, is a South Florida native, who first became interested in mental health while leading school retreats for adolescents. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Barry University and then went on to complete her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling at Nova Southeastern University. Yvonne has hundreds of hours in post graduate studies in couples, family counseling and women’s issues.
Mrs. Haase has worked with business leaders and their teams. Her one-on-one executive coaching provides individuals with insight into their personal strengths, habits and style so they can enhance their communication and leadership expertise. She is a DISC provider and uses this tool in working with her coaching clients as well as her counseling clients.
Mrs. Haase is very passionate about giving back to her community. She has served on many boards and has co-authored numerous projects with other professionals and community leaders to create lasting change in the community. Among her many endeavors, Mrs. Haase coached a team of professionals in a leadership program, where she supported them in developing a community-based project that raised thousands for the Covenant House of Broward County. Using the knowledge that she gained serving on previous boards, she brings a wide range of experience to her current position on the Board of the Lipstick Foundation Executive Board. In recognition of her charity work, Yvonne was honored as one of the 100 Outstanding Women in Broward County, Class of 2016 for Boys & Girls Club.
She has been the keynote speaker for organizations such as Business Networking International, Association of South Florida Mediators and Arbitrators, South Florida Chapter of EAPA and the Broward County School Board. Yvonne has also presented leadership trainings for city employees of West Palm Beach and the Make a Wish Foundation. Mrs. Haase was a radio personality on the Dr. Elizabeth King show and presents at the annual “Suits, Stilettos and Lipstick Foundation” Conference. She is most known in her role as the moderator of the “Men in the Hot Seat” panel.