Codependence Treatment and Therapy
Codependence typically affects adults but stems from childhood trauma. Discovering and acknowledging the root of the behavior is crucial in establishing a treatment and therapy plan that will lead to overcoming it. During treatment sessions, therapists will help address emotional wounds and the underlying issues that are buried deep in the subconscious. In doing so, healing can start from the very beginning. Once it’s known what fuels codependent behaviors, it’s easier to provide a treatment plan for those specific issues. The goal is to provide clarity, develop resilience and self-confidence while establishing healthy coping skills going forward.
Codependence and Addiction
It’s not uncommon for codependent behaviors to accompany substance abuse or addictions, your or that of a loved one. During treatment, these issues are addressed in hopes of working towards a self-sufficient lifestyle without the aid of drugs, alcohol or unhealthy relationships. Therapy sessions and treatment plans are created and catered toward individual patients to ensure everyone receives care specific to their own needs. Codependence sometimes reveals itself through mistrust, denial and low self-esteem. Our therapists are with patients every step of the way. Codependence is a behavior that can be treated successfully with an encouragingly high recovery rate.