Our Women’s Program
In our mission to help struggling young adults, Soulegria has pioneered an approach in which we have found tremendous success. Young women are faced with more challenges than ever before, and we find our model highlights the key areas of personal development and therapeutic directives that best emulate individual success. At Soulegria we build the foundation of individual freedom and healthy emotional wellbeing; connecting real world practicality while addressing the difficult mental conditions or preconceived notions that could be holding a young woman back from her own potential.
The P.R.O.M.I.S.E. of Young Women’s Treatment
The model we use at Soulegria combines multiple areas of life into seven points of focus which make up the acronym P.R.O.M.I.S.E. First is Physical which empathizes the importance of physical health, exercise, diet, sleep hygiene, and personal hygiene. Relationship addresses the relationships: personal, professional, and self. Opportunity identifies the areas in life for career advancement and what key principles it will take to be successful in the professional world. Mental is the pursuit of educational development to become more eligible for criteria of personal and professional advancement. Integrity recognizes honor, ethics, principles, and morals in life; how to live by a self-defined code of conduct. Spirituality examines the connection to the world, the deeper meanings of purpose and fulfillment to shape beliefs. Emotional diagnoses the emotional state, how it changes, what tools can be used to reframe emotions, how not to let negative emotion control behavior. Each point of P.R.O.M.I.S.E. intertwines therapeutic value and personal achievement.
Our Ideal Client for Treatment
Typically, our ideal candidate for treatment is a young woman ages 18-26 who has difficulty being independent and sometimes suffers from a mental illness or condition. Our clientele usually fits those who need life skills as well as therapeutic counseling and group therapy. Common issues are excessive electronic or cell phone usage, strained relationships with close personal connections, underperformance in scholastic and/or professional endeavors and who lack self-esteem, positive self-image, or overall self-confidence.