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Warrior One is more than a movie, it's a movement. We created this documentary to inspire girls to become leaders. As strong leaders, our girls face adversity and accept challenges in life as opportunities to learn and grow.
All teens face social pressure and need boundaries and support as they navigate these challenging years. From depression and anxiety, bullying and self harm, sexual health and relationships, drugs, alcohol and academic pressure, teens face important decisions about how they want to show up in the world every day.
The power of the group and the intentional use of the wilderness in Adventure Therapy provides novel situations where participants are faced with stereotypical or personal patterns in stressful or challenging situations. The deliberate use of metaphor is a tool in the transformation process. By overcoming these obstacles in this program, they learn to overcome adversities everywhere. This type of learning transfers to all aspects of life.
The power of a pro-social community like the Wellfit Girls Program builds confidence and promotes leadership.
The Wellfit Girls have incredible stories to share, stories that will inspire other teens across the country and all over the world. The film touches on several key issues facing youth today, from depression and anxiety to self-harm and abuse, body issues and poverty.
This film shows the positive effects that Adventure Therapy has on lasting self-esteem.
The girls have already made impactful change in just the last 10 months of their lives.
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"I wanted to set a different mentality in me. I wanted to prove that I could do anything I set my mind to in this program and in life."
~ Maria Guerrero
"I used to think that I had to have money to make a difference in the world. After being in Peru and being with the kids there, I know I can be a positive influence in my own community. I already have so much to offer right now."
~ Evelyn Pacheco
"It was so empowering to see what an impact I had on the lives of the children in Peru in such a short time. It makes me realize I am capable of so much more than I ever thought."
~ Kendall Klein