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Treatment for Codependency

Codependency treatment is not just for the dependent person. It’s a family matter. That’s because codependency involves more than one person and affects the entire family system, not just one individual.

As such, treatment involves the codependent person in addition to their loved one(s). The goal is to help both members of the couple or family work together on healing in order to create a healthy relationship with each other and themselves. A therapist can help with this process by helping you understand why you need help identifying your own behaviors so that you can take steps towards making changes in them.

How Does Codependency Treatment Work?

The first step in treating codependency is to find a therapist who you feel comfortable with. Once you’ve found the right person, therapy will begin.

In your sessions, you may be asked to explore the root causes of your codependency. You may also be taught how to change negative behaviors and become more assertive and independent.

What to Expect from Codependency Treatment

In codependency treatment, you’ll learn how to be less codependent and more emotionally healthy, authentic and yourself. You’ll also learn how to be more independent, in control of your own feelings and relationships.

What Are the Different Types of Codependency Treatment?

In order to get the best treatment for your codependency, you should look for a therapist who specializes in codependency. The two most common types of therapy are:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) helps people understand how their thoughts and beliefs shape their behavior. CBT can help you change the way you think about yourself and the world around you so that it’s easier to cope with stressors without turning to unhealthy coping mechanisms like drinking or overeating.
  • Family therapy is used when there is family dysfunction present and both partners need help improving communication skills. In this type of therapy, all members of the family participate together so they can learn how to effectively deal with any issues that arise during treatment together instead of having one member go through

Inpatient or Intensive Outpatient?

If you are interested in residential treatment, there are two options: inpatient and intensive outpatient. Both types of programs offer a variety of techniques to help you eliminate codependency and its related issues. However, there are some differences between them.

Inpatient programs tend to be more intense than intensive outpatient programs; they usually involve at least eight hours of individual therapy per day, as well as group therapy sessions and separate meetings with an addiction counselor or psychologist. In addition, the entire program is often based around the 12-step method for overcoming substance abuse problems such as alcoholism or drug addiction—though it may also include other tools such as art therapy or meditation exercises.

Inpatient programs typically cost more than intensive outpatient ones because they are generally located farther away from home (e.g., at a hospital rather than an outpatient clinic). As with any medical procedure or treatment plan that requires hospitalization before completion (such as cosmetic surgery), this means higher costs not only due to transportation but also due to lodging—in fact, those who cannot afford either option may have trouble obtaining any kind of care at all.

Leigh Joy Inspires & Associates Offers Acclaimed Codependency Treatment.

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Leigh Joy Inspires & Associates is a premier provider of codependency treatment, offering both inpatient and outpatient programs. The center’s compassionate staff works with you to create a personalized plan to help you move forward on your journey to recovery.

If you have any questions about the treatment process or need help finding a facility that’s right for you, don’t hesitate to contact us!

You can get help for Codependency

If you recognize yourself in the symptoms of codependency, the first step is to find a therapist who specializes in codependency treatment. You may also want to join a support group for codependents and/or their family members. 

If you are looking for help with codependency or finding a codependency therapist, contact us today!

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