Member Since 2022
Leah Marone is a psychotherapist, speaker, and corporate wellness consultant. Her areas of expertise are managing stress and anxiety, building resilience, and creating healthy boundaries. She facilitates empowerment groups for women and is a contributing blogger for Psychology Today. Leah has a private practice in Charlotte, NC where she therapeutically works with individuals and families. When working with corporations and teams on improving productivity, Leah focuses on issues around connection, leadership, and mental health. Outside of work, Leah enjoys traveling, hiking, exercising, and writing. She played Division I basketball and currently coaches her daughter’s soccer team.
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