EVIDENCE BASED DATA

Pursuit of Balance Program Results

Pursuit of Balance is the first competency and evidence-based wellness lifestyle program. This survey is designed to provide data that reveals the impact that the Pursuit of Balance Program has on one's well-being. The survey design uses The Flourishing Scale. 

 

Please note that the following results reflect only respondents who completed all pre-and post-course surveys (~70% of all participants).

AS OF AUGUST 2020

To date, 98.2% of participants have graduated from Pursuit of Balance.

LIKELIHOOD TO SEEK SUPPORT

  • 56.76% of participants reported they were more likely to seek out support upon program completion.
     

  • 35.14% reported no change in their willingness to seek out support.
     

  • 8.11% of participants reported they were not more likely to seek out support upon program completion

BEHAVIOR

  • 67.57% of participants reported a decrease in behavior modification to please others.
     

  • 21.62% of participants reported no change in behavior modification.
     

  • 10.81% of respondents reported a positive increase when in comes to modifying their behavior.

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To date, survey participant ages have ranged from 19 to 86 years of age.

HAPPINESS

  • 75.68% of participants reported a significant positive increase in happiness upon completing the program. Many described their current state as “fulfilled,” “happy,” “growing,” and “more grounded.”
     

  • 18.92% of participants reported no change in happiness between the beginning and end of the program. 
     

  • 5.41% of participants reported a slight decrease in happiness upon program completion.

MANAGING ANXIETY

  • 75.68% of participants reported a significant decrease in anxiety related to one’s future.
     

  • 18.92% of respondents reported no change.
     

  • 5.41% of participants reported a slight increase in anxiety related to one’s future.

SELF AWARENESS

  • 48.65% of participants reported a significant increase in their self-awareness.
     

  • 51.35% of participants reported no change.
     

  • No participants reported a decrease in self-awareness.