Aproteem Choudhury is the Manager of Research and Partnership Development, and a member of the CMBM Faculty and Supervision Team. Aproteem is responsible for developing partnerships with organizations interested in self-care. He is Certified in mind-body medicine, and leads online and in-person workshops and Mind-Body Skills Groups for CMBM collaborative partners. He is passionate about working with healthcare systems to navigate building mind-body medicine programs.
Aproteem is also a Mind-Body Interventionist at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, TX. Within the Division of Child/Adolescent Psychiatry, he provides mind-body medicine to children facing health challenges and their families. He is also responsible for developing interdisciplinary collaborative projects that support clinician wellness, research provider burnout, and is involved in the education of clinical learners throughout the Texas Medical Center and the Greater Houston community. His combined decade of experience in biomedical and clinical research is foundational to his clinical approach, which promotes our innate potential to heal and develop resilience.
Aproteem earned his BS in Neuroscience from the University of Texas, Dallas. On the weekends, he enjoys working at his farm that grows regenerative medicinal plants and food. Aproteem is currently working towards earning his MSW at the University of Houston.