AIMEE FALCHUK: Founder, The Falchuk Group

Aimee Falchuk brings her previous corporate and government experience into her current work. Aimee is the founder of The Falchuk Group and Core Boston. She runs a private practice in Boston and serves as an emergency services clinician for a Massachusetts based Crisis Team. Aimee is a content contributor for Mindsail, providing original programming for the online wellness company and a contributing writer for Goop. Aimee is a graduate of Barnard College where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies.  Aimee’s career started in government where she served as a health policy director in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Aimee went on to work in government relations and advocacy at Pfizer and Genzyme where she focused on policy issues in central nervous system disorders and rare diseases.  Aimee earned a Master’s in Public Health from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.   Aimee enrolled in the Institute of Core Energetics in NYC and Cambridge College Graduate School of Counseling and Psychology where she earned a certification as a Core Energetics Practitioner and Master’s in Education in Counseling and Psychology, respectively.

My Goal of the Day: Humility

My Thought of the Day: There is so much more than my limited mind is aware of

My Action of the Day: Drink water

What do you love most about Your City?

I love Boston’s values, history, weather, geography, the Red Sox, Patriots and Celtics.

Favorite breakfast meal & restaurant? 

Soft boiled egg mixed with toast. Hmm.. I don’t have a favorite restaurant!

What are you doing at:

6:00 AM – reading and drinking coffee

10:00 AM – writing, working with clients

12:00 PM - Favorite Lunch spot/meal? 

Turkey club

7:00 PM -  this time of year? Waiting for the Red Sox to play.

11:00 PM – sleeping

What drink do you need to get through the day and at the end (and how many)?

Water- all day long.

Most used App/Favorite Instagram Account?

Most used app— kindle

What should everyone try at least once? 

Real intimacy

Where do you enjoy getting lost?

Anywhere (except the woods)