About Audrey Wong
Audrey began her management consulting career at Accenture where she earned the top-tier ranking (“Band 1″, Top Performer”) every year. She launched her first business in 2000 and became a full-time entrepreneur and business owner in 2005. Combining her computer science, psychology, management consulting, art, and performing backgrounds provided her a unique opportunity to be a proven leader in all aspects of her businesses. These experiences allowed her to advance in the business world and also advise others to do the same.
In 1996, at age 23, Audrey was diagnosed with Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD) from childhood trauma. She continued to study psychology and spirituality to heal her CPTSD. She developed a body-focused meditation using her Computer Science background to “debug” trauma that science has proved is trapped in our bodies. She attracted coaching clients due to her business success and found the healing work helped her clients change their lives.
Computer science enables us to troubleshoot, trace back to the root cause of a problem, understand where a bug is coming from, and make order from chaos through thoughtful analysis. My idea is that we can learn how to debug ourselves from trauma by using computer science modalities.
Most limitations and self-sabotage we inflict on ourselves has to do with childhood trauma. Instead of responding to the world around us as high-functioning adults operating from a place of compassion, our inner child emerges and we react based on trauma-informed instinct. Science shows that memories are stored in our bodies, and we recreate our childhood experiences when something triggers us by subconsciously reminding us of a negative time in our lives. We can learn how to debug ourselves from this trauma by using computer science modalities. Computer science enables us to troubleshoot, trace back to the root cause of a problem, understand where a bug is coming from, and make order from chaos through thoughtful analysis. Debugging trauma is the perfect combination of spirituality and science, rooted in reconnecting ourselves to our bodies through breath and processing the emotions we store in our bodies. This quiets the mind when we do things like meditate and tap into our intuitive guidance, helping us align ourselves with our own soul journey and not conform to what others what us to do. Instead of our inner child controlling how we react in the world, we can learn to work with those memories and recreate a more highly functioning, less traumatic version of ourselves that enables us to respond to the world from a place of maturity.