In 1988, Mr. Bain was desperately seeking help with his undiagnosed anger and depression. Looking to the Church and religion, but did not find any help. In 1989, Mr. Bain became the disciple of Dr. George W. Mitchell, LMHC, SAP who helped him with his undiagnosed anger and depression, which inspired Mr. Bain to become a mental health counselor.
Mr. Arthur Lee Bain is a Certified Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Master Certified Addiction Professional, Certified Spiritual Transformer, Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, and EAP provider serving the US Military and the public.
Mr. Bain is a 1985 graduate of Florida Atlantic University with a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree, and a 2004 graduate of Nova Southeastern University School of Psychology with a master’s degree in Psychology. Mr. Bain is currently working towards a Doctorate in Metaphysics at the University of Metaphysics.
The highlight of Mr. Bain’s corporate endeavors is working for the US Department of the Navy, Florida Power and Light, City of Lauderdale Lakes. Mr. Bain completed an internship at Florida Atlantic Hospital where he treated patients who are clinically and severely mentally ill. He has worked at a Psychiatric Hospital, a substance abuse intake facility, an outreach facility, and a community health facility.
In May of 2012, Mr. Bain founded Sort After Foundations, Inc., doing business as A Foundation for 4 Life, a private practice serving the demographics of fifteen to sixty-five years of age. Mr. Bain is committed to contributing to the efforts of the community to enhance the lives of its citizens. The mission of SAFI is to help those seeking to establish peace within themselves; to live a life established on an unwavering foundation. All builders know that the integrity of the establishments they construct needs an unwavering foundation to remain at rest; not moved by the wind, water, or movement of the earth. Likewise, we can live peaceably in a confluent state of rest, unshaken by the stressors of life, fully enjoying who and what we are.
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