Aimee Sanchez-Zadak has dedicated her life to teaching through empathy and understanding. Aimee's sensitivity to human behavior allows her to understand each person’s situation and empathize with her client. Her training in psychology puts emphasis on confidentiality in an educational setting. She is an adjunct professor of Psychology at NSU, a Behavioral Strategist, and a Life Editor™. Aimee developed “Counting Down", to educate individuals in corporate and private environments. Dr. Aimee Sanchez-Zadak holds a masters degree in Mental Health Counseling and a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Human Services, both from NSU. She has been an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University since 1997, teaching various courses in the School of Psychology and Neuroscience.
Aimee sits as Chair of the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation, where she reviews grants for the Educational Committee awarding grants be used in the State of Florida. She is an advocate for a woman's right to choose her health outcomes, and she was named Hispanic Women of Distinction in 2012.
She continues to be an advocate for women’s choices in healthcare and believes if we take the time to understand who we are we can then move forward in resolving our professional and personal roadblocks.
Aimee lives in Davie, Florida with her husband of 26 years, her two daughters, two dogs, 4 horses, 2 goldfish and 2 goats.