Ayman Mukerji Househam
Ayman's story started in the year 2000. To cope with the stress of a traumatic personal experience, she started meditating. Things started changing for her - she became less stressed. Ayman realized that she wanted to teach the simple tricks that helped her in her relationships, work, and even health! So she quit her successful Wall Street career to become a neuroimmunology researcher at NYU and became a therapist. Ayman has several neuroscience papers on mindfulness interventions and book chapters on epigenetic changes of mindfulness. She teaches mindfulness-based micro-habit programs for frontline caregivers at 26 hospitals. These 30-second practical habits are seen to reduce stress and burnout as they could be done anywhere, anytime. Her clients (Program Directors, CEOs of hospitals) report a significant reduction of attrition after just a few months of using mindfulness-based micro-habits.