Gerald Levin was interviewed on Nightline last night. You may remember Levin as one of the architects of the train wreck that is Time Warner. After 9/11 and the murder of his son, Levin left Time Warner and invested in Moonview, a new age mental health "sanctuary" for the wealthy. (The cost is $175,000 for one year of treatment.) Actually, he invested more than money in Moonview. He currently serves as a "spiritual adviser" to Moonview's clients, and he is romantically involved with Moonview's founder, Laurie Perlman.
Levin comes off as a scarred man, regretful of his years climbing and sitting atop the corporate ladder. Life is now about "love." And yet ...
Moonview declined to say how many patients have enrolled, although Levin says “enough to validate the concept and to get us thinking about expansion. The idea is to go to other locations and have the same concept, but it might trend more toward end of life”. Plans are under way for future centers in New York and Miami.
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