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Soul Strong Readiness 

Mental and performance training for athletes and coaches

DATE:  AUGUST 26TH,  100PM - 5:00PM


ABOUT soulstrong

SoulStrong Readiness Camp is an engaging, practical, and fun systematic process in helping Student-Athletes discover the whole person. The system is multidimensional and focuses on the following: Intellectual (Thinking), Relational (Friends/Family), Physical (Body), Emotions (Feelings), and Spiritual (Faith). These areas are independent and influence each other. It’s not about focusing primarily on the body but on the multidimensional system that prepares the athlete to becomeSoulstrong. You do not become Soulstrong until the multidimensional self is healthy and whole

Soccer Player


  • Understanding why the soul matters

  • To identify mindset strategies

  • To assess their soul

  • To complete a personal assessment

  • To perform a soul audit

  • To develop a personal “I” will statement

  • To identify future potential vocational callings

  • To attend breakout sessions for vocational interest

  • How to integrate Cognitive Behavior Therapy and mindfulness into athletic skill training

  • To establish six vital relationships

  • To identify areas of mental health with Generation Z

  • To understand the importance of proper nutrition for the physical body

meet the team










                                                                           Harry Everett, M.A., M.Ed.


Harry Everett has served as a Teacher/Coach, Assistant Principal, Head Football/Athletic Director, and Director of Students Services. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from East Texas State University, a Master’s Degree in Education Administration from Texas A&M Commerce, and a Master’s Degree in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary.

He has been a featured speaker at Nike Coaching Clinics, High School Banquets, High School Honor Roll Breakfasts, Young Life, Youth, Church High School and College, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Huddle, Richardson I.S.D. AVID and the Richardson I.S.D. (L.S.I) students. He is currently serving as an educational consultant for Everett & Everett Group, LLC, and running camp2020 full-time.






                                           Dr. Jusiah Prowell, Ph.D.

Dr. Jusiah Prowells a Postdoctoral Fellow working in private practice at Wellness 360, a group practice in Dallas. He is a native of Dallas, Texas, and received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Akron in Akron, Ohio. Dr. Prowell focused his doctoral research on the Black male population, exploring the possibility of masculinities serving as a buffering effect on the experiences of microaggressions. 

Clinically he works with patients in treating depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, phase of life changes, and negative self-image. His specialties include working with racial trauma, emotional regulation, and men’s issues, and he has a special interest in working with the Black male population. 




                                                                Dr. Linda Inbinigie, M.D.


Dr. Sherry Igbinigie is a non-operative sports medicine physician. As a sports medicine physician, her passion is to improve the function of her patients that allows them to continue doing the activities that they love. She specializes in non-surgical care of musculoskeletal injuries, such as overuse injuries, tendonitis/tendinopathies, ligamentous sprains, muscle strains and acute low back pain. She provides a range of services including individualized physical and occupational therapy prescriptions, ultrasound-guided injections, non-image guided injections, regenerative medicine/platelet-rich plasma (PRP), concussion management and fluoroscopic-guided injections including lumbar epidural spinal injections. She completed her undergraduate studies at Rice University. She went to medical school at University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. She completed her residency training at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. She went on to complete her sports medicine fellowship training at the University of Washington in Seattle. She is currently working at Baylor Scott and White Orthopedic Associates of Dallas in downtown and Park cities locations. 


                                                                         Mark Demos, M.A.

           CEO - The Legacy Forum

Mark has worked with some of the world's wealthiest individuals and families, NFL players, AIDS orphans, young entrepreneurs, college students, single parents, many nationalities, and many more.  I love people and connecting.  I love talking about talent

Mark created Life Scene Investigation and the software to help high school and college students identify their innate Talents using his Positive Forensic Profiling system.  The program has been used in schools in Seattle, Los Angeles, Dallas and also in drug courts and offender programs. 

Mark works with his wife Krisandra, a mental health counselor and a team of experts in addiction, high performance and various issues specific to Ultra High Net Worth families.

Mark still coaches the sport he loves, cricket.  He coaches and consults around the country.  In 2010 he coached the NorthWest Region to win the national championship

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Baseball Players


We have created a systematic process to help students discover whole-person readiness.


The challenges facing our culture today, including immorality, pornography, bullying, sexual harassment, social media, school violence, mental health, substance abuse, and poverty, are flourishing today. We desire to partner with students and parents, to be a resource of hope


Teaching Soulstrong Readiness skills.


9th-12 graders and incoming college freshman.




Former athletes, Licensed Professional Counselors, Cognitive Behavior Therapists, Soul Coaches, High School Coaches, and Pastors. If you have any questions or concerns about the camp, please reach out to the following: 

call:  harry 214-450-0115


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