Mark Levine, LICDC-CS, MAC
I have been helping people all of my professional life. Starting first with medicine, my career later shifted to treating addictions as a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor - Certified Supervisor, and becoming a life coach. Working as a therapist treating individuals in Cincinnati suffering from substance addictions, I became immersed in the study and teaching of mindfulness.The benefits of mindfulness became readily obvious for me personally, as well as for my clients.
Today I run marathons, and mindfully approach the way I eat and interact with our environment. And in my spare time I’m writing a rock musical, “HIGHER” — about the roller-coaster of emotions that is the truth of individuals struggling with a heroin addiction.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been struggling for a short time, a few years, or let’s be honest — maybe several decades. You can change. I know, I’ve been there too. I want to help. It’s my passion. Guiding people through transformations is what gets my juices flowing each and every day.
Mark in the community
The next workshop for HIGHER: Mark’s original rock musical. Click here for details and tickets. Or view event on Facebook.
One of the Storytellers for trueHEROIN production at Memorial Hall on 10/25/18.
Performed the first public workshop for the musical Mark is writing about heroin September 16 & 17, 2018.
Performing the first public workshops of the musical “HIGHER” with a group of talented actors September 16 & 17, 2018.
“A great teacher that is dedicated and compassionate about helping others learn to better manage the stresses of everyday life. He leads with a warm heart and great smile, showing his sincere interest in the overall well being of others.”
-Minds at Peace Participant
“Mark is friendly, approachable, and deeply knowledgeable. The tools, insights, and accountability he has provided me with have been instrumental in creating positive life changes for me.”
“Mark presents a plethora of clinical skills and has a passion for treatment. He is creative in his treatment approach and has taken personal obstacles and turned them into a positive.”
-Keith McGuire, LICDC-CS, therapist and educator