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Spiritual Fitness is primarily a non-profit organization.  It's mission is to empower women and work towards an improved overall sense of well-being.  The organization aims to increase research, funding and support for women in domestic violence and other unjust circumstances.

Spiritual Fitness uses a unique intervention model that fuses together multiple concepts, frameworks and human behavior theories.  The focus is to combine principles of psychotherapy, fitness and meditation to improve one's overall wellbeing.

The psychotherapy includes concepts of cognitive behavior theories that emphasize a positive thought process.   Psychodynamic principles are also used to illuminate possible childhood patterns along with Freud's concept of free association to develop an un-inhibited dialogue.  Additional therapeutic techniques such as:  empathy, reflection, and nonjudgment are used to establish a positive therapeutic rapport.  The organization adheres to the ethics outlined in the National Association of Social Work (NASW) that emphasize the dignity and integrity of individuals, advocating for a vulnerable population, along with client confidentiality.  

Human Behavior theorists such as Sigmund Freud, Erik Erikson, D.W. Winicott, Heinz Kohut and John Bowlby serve as the foundation of many of the principles used in the therapeutic alliance. Procheska's & DiClemente's transtheoretical model of stages of change,  B.F. Skinner's positive reinforcement model and Piaget, cognitive and moral development model are used in the treatment of managing addiction.  

Spiritual Fitness emphasizes the concept of self-care that include:  psychological, phsyical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual well-being.  Self-assessments are incorporated.  In addition, the focus includes re-evaluation of support systems.

Spiritual Fitness is a secular organization and incorporates spirituality into its treatment approach when possible.  Spirituality can be defined as an increased level of awareness and is client driven.  Mediation can be incorporated as a tool to facilitate this concept at the discretion of the client.

For a more detailed description of the approach used by Spiritual Fitness, please click on the link below.

Spiritual Fitness Intervention Concept.doc




Spiritual Fitness is primarily a non-profit organization.  It's mission is to empower women and work towards an improved overall sense of well-being.  The organization aims to increase research, funding and support for women in domestic violence and other unjust circumstances.

Spiritual Fitness uses a unique intervention model that fuses together multiple concepts, frameworks and human behavior theories.  The focus is to combine principles of psychotherapy, fitness and meditation to improve one's overall wellbeing.

The psychotherapy includes concepts of cognitive behavior theories that emphasize a positive thought process.   Psychodynamic principles are also used to illuminate possible childhood patterns along with Freud's concept of free association to develop an un-inhibited dialogue.  Additional therapeutic techniques such as:  empathy, reflection, and nonjudgment are used to establish a positive therapeutic rapport.  The organization adheres to the ethics outlined in the National Association of Social Work (NASW) that emphasize the dignity and integrity of individuals, advocating for a vulnerable population, along with client confidentiality.  

Human Behavior theorists such as Sigmund Freud, Erik Erikson, D.W. Winicott, Heinz Kohut and John Bowlby serve as the foundation of many of the principles used in the therapeutic alliance. Procheska's & DiClemente's transtheoretical model of stages of change,  B.F. Skinner's positive reinforcement model and Piaget, cognitive and moral development model are used in the treatment of managing addiction.  

Spiritual Fitness emphasizes the concept of self-care that include:  psychological, phsyical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual well-being.  Self-assessments are incorporated.  In addition, the focus includes re-evaluation of support systems.

Spiritual Fitness is a secular organization and incorporates spirituality into its treatment approach when possible.  Spirituality can be defined as an increased level of awareness and is client driven.  Mediation can be incorporated as a tool to facilitate this concept at the discretion of the client.

For a more detailed description of the approach used by Spiritual Fitness, please click on the link below.

Spiritual Fitness Intervention Concept.doc




Spiritual Fitness is primarily a non-profit organization.  It's mission is to empower women and work towards an improved overall sense of well-being.  The organization aims to increase research, funding and support for women in domestic violence and other unjust circumstances.

Spiritual Fitness uses a unique intervention model that fuses together multiple concepts, frameworks and human behavior theories.  The focus is to combine principles of psychotherapy, fitness and meditation to improve one's overall wellbeing.

The psychotherapy includes concepts of cognitive behavior theories that emphasize a positive thought process.   Psychodynamic principles are also used to illuminate possible childhood patterns along with Freud's concept of free association to develop an un-inhibited dialogue.  Additional therapeutic techniques such as:  empathy, reflection, and nonjudgment are used to establish a positive therapeutic rapport.  The organization adheres to the ethics outlined in the National Association of Social Work (NASW) that emphasize the dignity and integrity of individuals, advocating for a vulnerable population, along with client confidentiality.  

Human Behavior theorists such as Sigmund Freud, Erik Erikson, D.W. Winicott, Heinz Kohut and John Bowlby serve as the foundation of many of the principles used in the therapeutic alliance. Procheska's & DiClemente's transtheoretical model of stages of change,  B.F. Skinner's positive reinforcement model and Piaget, cognitive and moral development model are used in the treatment of managing addiction.  

Spiritual Fitness emphasizes the concept of self-care that include:  psychological, phsyical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual well-being.  Self-assessments are incorporated.  In addition, the focus includes re-evaluation of support systems.

Spiritual Fitness is a secular organization and incorporates spirituality into its treatment approach when possible.  Spirituality can be defined as an increased level of awareness and is client driven.  Mediation can be incorporated as a tool to facilitate this concept at the discretion of the client.

For a more detailed description of the approach used by Spiritual Fitness, please click on the link below.

Spiritual Fitness Intervention Concept.doc