What is Your Approach?

Attachment-based therapy is a process-oriented approach to individual, couples and family counseling. The foundation of this modality is a trusting and reparative patient-therapist relationship, which creates the safety needed for individuals to process early childhood wounds and trauma.

Exploring the relationship dynamics in the early childhood environment supports individuals in both understanding and shifting current relationship patterns. Attachment-based therapy aims to foster connection with loved ones despite past trauma, leading to a reduction in depression and anxiety symptoms.


What is somatic therapy?
Somatic therapy is a form of body-centered therapy that is founded in the understanding that trauma and attachment wounds are stored in the body.

My approach to somatic therapy incorporates mindful-awareness of sensations in the body as both a pathway for deeper insight into the individual’s patterns, and as a way to create the space to shift behaviors, beliefs, and emotions.

I also use mind-body exercises and other physical techniques to help release the pent-up tension that is negatively affecting your physical and emotional wellbeing.

What is Neuropsychoanalysis?

Neuropsychoanalysis integrates neuroscientific insights into existing psychoanalytic theories and models. My psychoanalytic approach involves exploring the roots of an individual’s patterns of behaviors, beliefs, and emotions.

As we uncover these roots we see how early coping strategies developed, these strategies become neural networks, or habits that are wired in the brain. With mindful-awareness and intention we can shift our habitual behaviors, beliefs, and emotions.

What is Mindfulness?
My approach to mindfulness stems from traditional mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) training, however I recognize that traditional practices such as following the in and out of your breath is not for everyone.

Therefore mindfulness is imbued into my approach to therapy with clients often more as mindfulness on the fly, bringing awareness to what is happening in the moment as you go through your day, in other words moments of touching into the qualities of your experience as they arise.

Leah creates a safe space for clients by showing compassion, presence, acceptance, and empathy (both verbally and somatically) within the appropriate therapeutic relationship. Clients feel quickly safe in her presence as evidenced by their deepening into uncomfortable material very soon. She is also able to face difficult situations and take initiative to resolve them with grace, presence, and clinical judgment, while also holding systemic (including family dynamics) perspectives. All of this makes her an invaluable clinician to serve clients within complex systems.

-Former Supervisor

Leah is committed to social justice and cultural humility and it shows from the questions she asks, the approaches she takes with clients, and the ways she engages in the world personally to professionally. From engaging in research on racial equity to fat acceptance, Leah was always thinking about how to show up as a clinician who utilizes her role for creating systemic and individual change.


Leah really listened to me, I’ve never had that level of compassion and curiosity with a therapist before.

-Former Client

Leah has been a treasure trove of enlightenment for me.

-Former Client

Leah truly saw my son in a way no one had before, her reflections helped him to thrive. She was able to support him in navigating his anxiety during a very difficult transition by highlighting his strengths and teaching him skills to build on these strengths.

-Parent of a Former Client


Have questions? Let us give you the answers.

Where is your office located?
My business address is: 4450 Arapahoe Ave Suite 100, Boulder, CO 80303
How do I schedule an appointment?

Currently, all appointments are made directly with me either over the phone or through email.

How long are sessions?
55 minutes
What is your cancellation policy?

You must cancel or reschedule 24 hours in advance of the session. Not doing so will result in being charged the full fee.

Are you licensed?

Yes, I am a licensed social worker in the states of Colorado and New York.


I am considered private pay and am not in-network with any insurance providers. I encourage you to call your insurance company and ask if they provide coverage for out-of-network behavioral health (CPT Code 90837). I can provide you with the documentation you’ll need to submit your claims (this will require a diagnosis from the DSM-V). Please note that if you receive Medicaid I cannot provide services to you as you are required to work with an in-network provider.

How long will it take?

The length of therapy depends on many factors. We will discuss your goals and project timelines in our first session together.

Do you offer online counseling?
Yes, due to the pandemic, all counseling is currently conducted online using a HIPAA compliant platform.
Do you offer an initial consultation?
Yes, a free 20-minute consultation is provided to all potential clients.
What type of clients do you work with?
I work with adults, couples, families, children 8+, and adolescents. In my practice I see trans, non-binary, cis men and women, people of all ages, races, sexual orientations, faiths, and ability statuses.
Good Faith Estimate

You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost. Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services. You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency item or services.

This includes related costs like medical tests, prescription drugs, equipment, and hospital fees. Make sure your health care provider gives you a Good Faith Estimate in writing at least 1 business day before your medical service or item.You can also ask your health care provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule an item or service.

If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can dispute the bill. Make sure to save a copy or picture of your Good Faith Estimate. Leah Fox Therapy will discuss your fee for services with you in the initial consultation and you will also be provided this information in writing through the Mandate Disclosure form.

Additionally, you will be provided a Good Faith Estimate form. For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises or call the Colorado Division of Insurance at 303-894-7490 or 1-800-930-3745


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