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Catonsville, Maryland therapist: Elisha S Lee, counselor/therapist
Codependency

Elisha S Lee

Counselor/Therapist, LPC
Our counseling services for codependency are designed to address and heal the patterns of behavior that lead individuals to form or maintain one-sided, emotionally destructive, and often abusive relationships. Understanding that codependency stems from deep-seated needs and often begins in one's family of origin, we provide a supportive environment that promotes self-awareness, independence, and healthier relational dynamics. Empowering Self-Sufficiency and Healthier Relationships * Identifying Patterns: We help clients identify patterns of codependent behavior and understand the underlying psychological factors that contribute to these patterns, such as low self-esteem, fear of abandonment, or an excessive need for approval. * Establishing Boundaries: A key focus of therapy is teaching clients how to establish and maintain healthy boundaries in relationships. This includes learning to say no, recognizing one's own needs and desires, and understanding the distinction between helping and enabling. * Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT): CBT is utilized to challenge and change unhelpful beliefs and behaviors that perpetuate codependency, fostering a healthier, more autonomous sense of self. * Building Self-Esteem: Therapy sessions are geared toward boosting self-esteem and self-worth, empowering clients to feel confident in standing alone and valuing their own well-being as much as they value the well-being of others. * Encouraging Interdependence: We focus on transitioning from codependency to interdependence, where healthy, mutual give-and-take relationships are the norm. Goals of Therapy for Codependency Our therapy for codependency aims to: * Promote Self-Reliance: Encourage a stronger, more independent self-identity separate from one’s relationships. * Healthy Relationship Dynamics: Facilitate the development of relationships characterized by mutual respect, balance, and emotional honesty. * Enhanced Emotional Regulation: Equip clients with skills to manage their emotions effectively, reducing the tendency to use relationships as a way to soothe or suppress these feelings. * Increased Awareness: Heighten self-awareness regarding the origins and triggers of codependent behaviors, enabling proactive changes. * Lifestyle Adjustments: Support clients in making practical changes to their lifestyles that reinforce healthy interpersonal behaviors and thought patterns. Codependency can overshadow your sense of self and disrupt your ability to maintain balanced, fulfilling relationships. With our support, you can uncover the roots of your codependent behaviors, develop a healthier approach to relationships, and embrace a more self-directed life. Reach out today to start your journey toward lasting change and relational health.  
7 Years Experience
In-Person Near Baltimore, MD
Online in Baltimore, Maryland
Pikesville, Maryland therapist: Dena Leibowitz, counselor/therapist
Codependency

Dena Leibowitz

Counselor/Therapist, MS, LCADC, CHT, 500 RYT
Learn how to manage your own emotions and untangle from limiting beliefs. Create healthy relationships that nourish and build equanimity.  
34 Years Experience
In-Person Near Baltimore, MD
Online in Baltimore, Maryland
Columbia, Maryland therapist: Pat Dudley, licensed professional counselor
Codependency

Pat Dudley

Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, LCPC, NCC
Codependency is a behavioral condition in a relationship where one person enables another person's addiction, poor mental health, immaturity, irresponsibility, or under-achievement. Among the core characteristics of codependency is an excessive reliance on other people for approval and a sense of identity. In our work together, we will explore/examine the issues related to the behavior and improve the reasoning behind co-dependency.  
In-Person Near Baltimore, MD
Online in Baltimore, Maryland
Hyattsville, Maryland therapist: Karla Lawrence, counselor/therapist
Codependency

Karla Lawrence

Counselor/Therapist, LCPC, BC-TMH, CPC
Is most of your time spent worrying about and taking care of others? Does it feel almost impossible to share what's really on in your mind because you fear being rejected? Do you experience feelings of guilt or shame when you think about doing something just for you? If you are ready to find freedom from the feelings of guilt and shame that are holding you hostage, counseling can help. You can learn to make yourself a priority while having relationships that are nurturing and supportive. You know that you "should" be taking better care of yourself and stop letting others take advantage of your kindness. But whenever you think about it you feel lost and overwhelmed, unsure of where to begin. Together, we will work through the feelings of guilt, shame, and fear that are keeping you from being able to honor your voice. We will work through your mental/emotional blocks so you can learn to "trust your gut" again. You will learn how to create healthy boundaries in your relationships so you can say "yes" or "no" to things with confidence. If you are ready to finally become a priority in your life then I would love to help.  
13 Years Experience
Online in Baltimore, Maryland
Arlington, Virginia therapist: Andrea Miller, counselor/therapist
Codependency

Andrea Miller

Counselor/Therapist, NCC
In my practice, I integrate elements of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to help clients with codependency develop mindfulness skills and cultivate self-compassion while committing to actions that align with their values and autonomy. Additionally, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques assist clients in identifying and challenging maladaptive thought patterns and behaviors associated with codependency, promoting healthier boundaries and self-esteem. Incorporating Person-Centered Therapy principles, I provide a supportive and empathetic environment for clients to explore their emotions and experiences, empowering them to reconnect with their authentic selves and build healthier relationships.  
3 Years Experience
In-Person Near Baltimore, MD
Online in Baltimore, Maryland
Bethesda, Maryland therapist: Shelby Willoughby, licensed clinical social worker
Codependency

Shelby Willoughby

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LMSW
In sessions, I utilize Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to address codependency by helping clients develop healthier boundaries, improve emotional regulation, and enhance interpersonal effectiveness. Through individual and group therapy sessions, I incorporate specific DBT skills such as mindfulness, distress tolerance, and assertiveness training to empower clients to break free from codependent patterns. By fostering self-awareness and teaching adaptive coping strategies, I support clients in creating more balanced and fulfilling relationships while reducing reliance on dysfunctional dynamics.  
10 Years Experience
In-Person Near Baltimore, MD
Online in Baltimore, Maryland
West Chester, Pennsylvania therapist: Stacy Brumage, licensed professional counselor
Codependency

Stacy Brumage

Licensed Professional Counselor, LCP, LCPC
I specialize in offering compassionate support for individuals navigating codependency issues. Codependency often stems from complex dynamics in relationships, where individuals prioritize others' needs and emotions over their own, leading to a loss of self-identity and unhealthy dependency patterns. My approach to codependency therapy is deeply rooted in fostering self-awareness, self-compassion, and empowerment. I provide a safe and nurturing space where clients can explore the underlying factors contributing to their codependent behaviors and beliefs. Through personalized therapy sessions, I help clients unravel dysfunctional thought patterns, set healthy boundaries, and cultivate a stronger sense of self-worth and autonomy. Using evidence-based techniques such as boundary setting exercises, inner child work, and mindfulness practices, I empower clients to break free from codependent cycles and cultivate fulfilling, balanced relationships. I am committed to guiding clients on a journey of self-discovery and healing, where they can reclaim their sense of agency, authenticity, and emotional independence. If codependency is hindering your ability to live a fulfilling life, we're here to support you every step of the way. Take the courageous step towards reclaiming your autonomy and emotional well-being. Reach out to for specialized codependency therapy services today and embark on a path towards greater freedom, joy, and authenticity.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person Near Baltimore, MD
Online in Baltimore, Maryland
Washington, Washington, D.C. therapist: Georgina Arhin, licensed professional counselor
Codependency

Georgina Arhin

Licensed Professional Counselor, LCPC, LPC, ACS, CCTP
Psychodynamic therapy, Rational Emotive Therapy- exploration of co-dependent no more interventions( work book etc)  
21 Years Experience
Online in Baltimore, Maryland
Los Angeles, California therapist: Louisa Lombard, licensed professional counselor
Codependency

Louisa Lombard

Licensed Professional Counselor, LPCC, LCPC, PPS
If you notice that you tend toward people-pleasing, supporting others before yourself, experience variable levels of self-esteem based on what is happening in your life and what people say to you, and setting boundaries feels really, really hard...then it is possible that you want some support around traits of Codependence. It can be valuable to understand how you developed these once helpful coping strategies and work to prioritize your needs so that you can thrive, rather than simply trying to survive.  
11 Years Experience
Online in Baltimore, Maryland
Gaithersburg, Maryland therapist: Washington Psychological Wellness, counselor/therapist
Codependency

Washington Psychological Wellness

Counselor/Therapist
Washington Psychological Wellness is passionate about helping people live the lives they have envisioned by bringing values of honesty, kindness, humor, and compassion to the practice. Therapy can inspire change, create greater self-awareness, and improve one's life and relationships. Our clinicians provide a comfortable and collaborative environment where you can take risks and explore different ways of thinking, feeling, and being. We aim to help you gain clarity about the underlying causes of problems, provide strategies to help you cope, and empower you to trust your inner voice and live each day authentically. Washington Psychological Wellness believes in respect and equality for all regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, class, caste, religion, belief, sex, gender, language, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex characteristics, age, health, or status. We are currently accepting new clients. Telehealth (online) therapy options are available. Call now to schedule your appointment!  
10 Years Experience
In-Person Near Baltimore, MD
Online in Baltimore, Maryland