Do you want help to move in the right direction?

Emelie Albertsson 
Facilitator within personal development

I work with a therapy called Somatic Experiencing® (SE), which means that most of my work is done with bottom-up methods. Together, we explore sensations and behavior, both by noticing what is happening in the body and also by using touch to contain the experience.
The practice allows us to do the following:

Build on exisiting resources 

When using SE, the client is asked to build upon and strengthen what is already working well. When using what is already available, the results become more long lasting. 

Process unwanted patterns 

In SE, we break down patterns for the purpose of being able to stop patterns that are no longer beneficial. This puts focus on the areas where more work is needed.  

Personal Development Programs 

As the field of research progresses, I adapt my practices. I want to use what is proven to be effective.
In recent years, more people want to understand health through the practice of body awareness and human biology.
Therefore, I combine SE with top-down methods for lectures and coaching. For this, I get most of my inspiration from
psychological research and self-leadership practices. 

1. What topics you would like in your program?

Here are some alternative topics that we can explore during the seminars.

2. How do you want to explore each topic?

Short seminars (1-2 h)
Full-day seminars (4-8 h)
Seminar series (2-4 days)

3. Make the results last longer!

Add more aspects to your program so the participants can explore topics from
different perspectives. This will make the results last longer.

Seminars

Aurona uses seminars to give the participants an overview of the material. To increase the relevance, all seminars are interactive. 

Therapy

The participants get to experince a trauma-oriented therapy, which helps the participants to strengthen their autonomic nervous systems. 

Group discussions

The participants also meet each other to learn. This increases the number of sources from which they get support, which cultivates their development.