Co-Dependency Treatment Program

Do you sometimes wonder why it seems your relationship with your friend or loved one is one-sided? You might be in a codependent relationship.

Codependency Is Serious

Codependency Treatment ProgramCodependency is a behavioral and emotional condition that affects a person’s capacity to develop a healthy and mutually satisfying relationship with others. If you suspect that your relationship may be unhealthy, don’t worry. Her House has an appropriate codependency treatment program that can treat this problem.

But you need to understand that those with this mental trait usually form and maintain one-sided relationships sometimes laced with verbal, emotional and even physical abuse.

Those who are afflicted often do not know how to disengage themselves from the toxic relationship. They are incapable of establishing boundaries because they are co-dependent with their loved one.

For instance, a person may continue to enable a spouse or a family member who is an alcohol or a drug addict. This kind of situation is often discussed in the meetings of Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholic Anonymous.

“There are two questions a man must ask himself: The first is 'Where am I going?' and the second is 'Who will go with me?' If you ever get these questions in the wrong order you are in trouble.” - Sam Keen

Usual Symptoms of Codependency

If you want to be sure that you are in this condition, check out if you are experiencing the following symptoms:

  • Resisting intimacy with another person
  • Repeatedly engaging in romantic relationships that are dysfunctional
  • Taking care of someone else’s needs first before your own
  • Difficulty in identifying regulations and responsibilities in the home and at the office
  • Expecting perfectionism in yourself and in others
  • Always pushing or pulling away from and toward conflict
  • Incapable of validating your own feelings
  • Manifesting a controlling behavior

If you believe that your life can be described by one or a few of these symptoms, it may be for your own good to seek professional help right now.

“A codependent person is one who has let another person's behavior affect him or her, and who is obsessed with controlling that person's behavior.” – Melody Beattie

Services Offered at Her House

Depending on the degree of your codependency and the damage it has done to you, our codependency treatment program will provide you with:

  • Integrated counseling and therapy or
  • Individual counseling and therapy or
  • Family intervention and involvement

During the course of the program, you will learn to:

  • Set boundaries and parameters that will prevent inequality and tension in your relationships
  • Establish an attitude of assertiveness in the context of your relationships
  • Honestly evaluate your relationships with your partner or family member who is an addict
  • Accept the fact that you are not to be blamed for your partner’s or family member’s addiction.

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