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Codependency Treatment Programmes

Life Works – the leading specialist in the treatment of Co-dependency.

codependencyCo-dependency is the excessive emotional or psychological reliance on a partner, typically one with an illness or addiction. Those that suffer from co-dependency experience a diminished sense of self worth, which damages the most essential component of happy relationships: self-esteem.

Personal fulfilment is continually pushed aside and when this happens repeatedly, it increases the feelings of worthlessness. In this way, the unending cycle of co-dependency continues. Often those struggling with co-dependency also suffer from love addiction.

If you are ready to start co-dependency treatment, please call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

Do I need Codependency treatment?

Co-dependency is a serious behavioural disorder and often shares similar traits with Love Addiction. Beyond staying in abusive relationships, it’s important to look at co-dependent behavioural traits to determine if someone is suffering from the condition. A co-dependent person will let their natural urges to help and care for others dictate their life. They will constantly put other people’s needs ahead of their own. Often co-dependents think of themselves as completely selfless, existing solely to take care of others in their life. These people constantly seek the approval of others, sometimes using sex as a way gain acceptance. They tend to stay in abusive situations to avoid disrupting things, and are afraid to ask others to meet their needs. If you would like to learn more about co-dependency, you can fill out our contact form or call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 .

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I think I need Codependency treatment, how can Life Works help me?

As with all deeply rooted behavioural disorders, the sooner treatment for co-dependency is begun the more treatable it is. Life Works co-dependency treatment occurs at our residential facility in Surrey. Our treatment program offers the chance to overcome co-dependency issues. Utilizing evidence based and highly individualised programmes, Life Works teaches co-dependent people to love and trust themselves while building up their self-respect. The program stresses a balance between individual needs and the needs of loved ones whilst providing a healthier way to manage anxiety. Clients will come away with the tools to create meaningful, two-way relationships. This can only be achieved in residential facilities such as Life Works, simply because it provides a safe, healthy, productive, and supportive environment in which to grow away from the destructive triggers that surround day to day life. To find out more about Life Works treatment, fill out our contact form or call us at 0800 081 0700 .

How can I start codependency treatment at Life Works?

Starting treatment for co-dependency is an easy process, but often the hardest step to take. At Life Works our highly qualified and experienced Admission professionals will take applicants through the whole admission process. Once a person has spoken to us and feels comfortable, we will provide a pre-screening assessment to ensure that we are truly the right place for the individual to enter co-dependency This treatment will give people suffering from co-dependency the best chance of reaching and maintaining a healthy long term recovery. To learn more, please fill out our contact form or call us at, 0800 081 0700

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