Can’t find the independence in your relationship?

Trouble finding joy in doing things alone?

Angry at your partner for not including you in their activities?

Codependency is defined as a deregulation of an interpersonal relationship with any of the following symptoms:

  • distorted boundaries
  • enmeshment
  • desire to meet the needs of others at the expense of your own
  • difficulty functioning independently
  • can be seen with aspects of depression, anxiety, or addiction

How can therapy help my/our codependency?

Marriage therapists have been trained to identify codependency symptoms. They can help with boundaries, assertive communication skills, and coping skills.

Together, you and your therapist/coach can:

  • Identify and set appropriate relationship boundaries
  • Practice assertive communication
  • Learn to find the joy of independent activities
  • Implement grounding techniques and coping skills for emotionally tumultuous moments