Are you struggling with codependency? Do you find yourself constantly sacrificing your own needs and desires to please others? Are you afraid to set boundaries or speak up for yourself? If so, you’re not alone. Codependency is a common issue that can be challenging to overcome on your own. Fortunately, therapy can help.
Common codependency Issues?
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At Panahi Counseling, we specialize in helping individuals overcome codependency and learn to live more fulfilling lives. Our experienced therapists provide a safe, non-judgmental space where you can explore your feelings, identify patterns in your behavior, and learn new skills to break free from codependency.
Codependency can cause us to have a hard time with:
Benefits of Therapy for Codependency
Greater self-awareness: Codependency often stems from underlying emotional issues, such as low self-esteem, anxiety, or trauma. Therapy can help you identify and address these issues, so you can better understand why you engage in codependent behavior.
Improved relationships: Codependency can cause problems in all types of relationships, from romantic partnerships to friendships and family dynamics. By learning healthy communication skills, setting boundaries, and asserting your needs, you can improve your relationships and create more fulfilling connections.
Reduced stress and anxiety: Living with codependency can be exhausting and stressful. Therapy can help you learn to manage your emotions and reduce anxiety and stress.
Increased self-esteem: When you learn to prioritize your own needs and set boundaries, you’ll likely see an improvement in your self-esteem and self-worth. This can lead to greater confidence and a more positive outlook on life.
Greater independence: Codependent individuals often feel like they need others to feel complete. Through therapy, you can learn to cultivate a sense of independence and self-reliance, so you can feel more confident and empowered in your daily life.
What technique do we use to treat Codependency?
Our clinicians are trained to provide an eclectic approach to treating codependency. The best form of therapy must fit your unique circumstances and specific needs. While some may benefit from Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), others might benefit from Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) or Solution Focused Therapy (SFT). Our therapists work hard to decern the best course of treatment for you. Further, we believe in a collaborative approach to therapy. We value our client’s autonomy and input in their therapy goals. We explore the following topics during treatment for codependency.
Codependency Therapy can help you.
If you’re experiencing codependency and relationship challenges, it may be helpful to seek support and guidance from a therapist who specializes in codependency. Therapy can help you learn healthy boundaries and coping skills, and work towards building healthier relationships with yourself and others. Feel free to reach out to us to schedule your first session.
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