Sally  Leboy - Counselor/Therapist, Marriage/Couples Counselor, Relationship Coach, Speaker/Presenter - San Diego, CA
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Sally Leboy (LMFT,MS)


Contact information

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Phone 619 685-5975

Fax: 619 294-8190


To Be A Strong Mom, First Be A Strong Self

Being a mother is a stressful, rewarding, incredible experience. Two of our experts, Sally LeBoy and Meredith O'Brien Canaan, weigh in with parenting advice that goes beyond the same old routine. In addition to loving and supporting your children, love and ...

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Infidelity: Why Do People Cheat?

In the past few months we’ve learned about two high profile politicians who engaged in sexual misconduct. Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger fathered a child by one of his household staff members.  That was an 11 year old secret (really!?!) and was the coup de grace to his 25 year ...

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A Bitter Taste of My Own Medicine

Last week I found myself having to swallow some of my own medicine. I didn’t like it, but it reminded me how hard it is to manage oneself. I’d gotten into a major disagreement with my trainer, a man I’ve been friends with for at least 10 years. I really like him. It’s always been a smooth ...

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How to Have a Fight [video]

I tell my clients that you need to fight more! Research has shown that people who fight tend to be happier because you are talking to your partner about things that really matter to you. In this video, I tell you how to have a fight that will actually improve your intimacy.

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Sally Leboy

Quick Stats

Main Specialty:

Couples/Marital Issues


Life Transitions



Time in Practice:

25 years +

I practice in:

My state/province only

Additional Expertise:

Marriage/Couples Counselor

Relationship Coach


I offer my services:

At my office

I am fluent in:


Licence information:

Expiration 12/1/14
Number MFT14768

Articles by Sally Leboy
Parenting Advice: Strong Mom, Strong Self

To Be A Strong Mom, First Be A Strong Self

How to be good to your children? Be good to yourself!


Infidelity: Why Do People Cheat?

We keep reading about it, but do we understand it? Learn about why some people cheat.

single lonely 2

A Bitter Taste of My Own Medicine

Some disagrrements can't be resolved. Learn whether you're self-soothing or just avoiding.

couple fight 8

How to Have a Fight [video]

Fighting can actually lead to increased intimacy in your relationship. You just need to do it right.

Sally Leboy

All Specialties

Anxiety Issues, Blended Family Issues, Codependency, Communication Problems, Conflict Management, Control Issues, Couples/Marital Issues, Dating/Being Single Support, Depression, Divorce Rehabilitation, Divorce/Divorce Prevention, Engagement, Family Support, Infidelity / Affair Recovery, Life Transitions, Marriage, Midlife Crisis, Parenting, Post Traumatic Stress / Trauma, Self-Esteem, Step Parent, Stepfamilies, Worry