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Who is Martha Peaslee Levine?
Martha Levine is a professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at Pennsylvania’s Penn State Milton S Hershey Medical Center. She’s the ex-wife of Dr. Rachel Levine, the assistant health secretary in the Biden administration. She is also the Director of the Intensive OPD and Partial Hospitalization Eating disorder Programs at Penn State Milton S Hershey Medical Center.
How Old is Martha Levine’s ? | Age
She was born on the 17th of July 1960, she is 62 years old at the moment.
Who is Martha Levine Husband ?
Martha Levine initially married Richard Levine. Before marrying Richard Levine, Martha hadn’t gone through her gender transformation process. However, in 2013, the couple split, and it is unknown if she remarried.
Martha Peaslee Levine met her husband at Tulane Medical School, where they were both studying. After a brief relationship, they married and had their first child together. The couple was divorced in 2013. The U.S. President named Dr. Rachel Levine as the country’s Assistant Health Secretary for his Administration. She was confirmed at the Senate. It was the Senate’s first confirmation of an openly transgender official.
Martha Levine’s Children
Martha Peaslee has two children with Richard Levine, her ex-husband, Rachel Levine. Dayna Levine and David Levine. David, their son, is a videographer, theatre performer, and photographer.
Martha Levine Career | Overview
As we’ve already mentioned, Martha Peaslee Levine is a professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at Pennsylvania’s Penn State Milton S Hershey Medical Center. Her students are exposed to the humanities during her four-year medical school.
She helps patients understand how others view them and how that will affect the relationship between doctor/patient. Her experience in treating eating disorders has also allowed her to address the perceptions that women have about themselves.
She also recognizes the value of having intimate relationships with people, especially when dealing with their disabilities and seeking help for their recovery. She previously edited two books on fashion.
Martha Levine, Eating Disorder Expert
As the Director of the Intensive Hospitalization Eating Disorder Programs, Martha Levine uses journaling as a tool in therapy for both individuals and groups because she believes it encourages self-discovery and self-acceptance.
Martha Peaslee Levine Book
Martha is an award-winning author. She has published two books, Stop That Nose, a children’s book, and The Dragon Inside, a book on creativity and healing.
Apart from her books on creativity and healing, Dr. Martha also wrote op-eds or articles about eating disorders.