About Us

BlakeLeVine1We were founded by Blake LeVine. He is a life coach dedicated to helping improve the mental health of those he works with. Blake is a survivor of bipolar disorder and has been healthy for over 17 years. He knows personally how important it is to manage the illness.

Blake’s fascinating life story begins as a young man in New York. With determination and persistence he personally met nearly every notable person. By age 14, he had met in person Michael Jackson, Princess Diana, Mother Teresa, Audrey Hepburn, Paul McCartney, Steven Spielberg, The Rolling Stones, Margaret Thatcher, Mikhail Gorbachev, 7 United States Presidents, The Dalai Lama, Patrick Swayze, Michael Landon, Tom Hanks, Brad Pitt and over 5,000 notable people. He wrote his first book at age 15.

Blake LeVine has always been fascinated learning about how the mind works and the way to accomplish goals. He has a Masters Degree in Social Work from Adelphi University and through that program learned many psychological lessons. Blake has also worked with the homeless in New York, foster care children, in a rehab clinic, hospitals, and in private practice. For several years, Blake helped individuals, families and children at his practice in Melville, New York. He helped to deal with depression, addictions, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, grief, career problems, and family issues. He has also appeared on CNN, Fox, ABC, The Los Angeles Times, NY Post, NY Newsday, Philadelphia Enquirer, The Oprah Winfrey Website, and over 500 radio programs. His life lessons are valuable and often quoted in the media. His new book Beating Bipolar is being released by a major publisher.

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