Leah is a section violinist with the Boulder Symphony and the owner of Peak Pathways Music Therapy, LLC in Boulder. She graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of New Hampshire, then moved to Colorado to attend Colorado State University where she earned her Master of Music in Music Therapy, emphasis in Neurologic Music Therapy. She then completed her 1200 hours of clinical training in Long Beach, California at Arts & Services for Disabled, Inc. (now called Able Arts Work).
Leah received her national certification as a Music Therapist Board Certified (MT-BC) from the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT). She then received advanced training and a certificate in Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT) from the Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy. As a Neurologic Music Therapist, Leah has additional training in neuroscience, physiology, and brain malfunction. She uses Neurologic Music Therapy techniques that are based on the scientific knowledge of music perception and music production and their effects on nonmusical brain function and behavior.
Leah served as the Chair of Social and Public Relations for the Colorado Association for Music Therapy for two years and now works with the Colorado Music Therapy Task Force to advocate for legislative recognition at the state capitol.