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Mississauga, Ontario therapist: Self Ease Solutions, counselor/therapist
Codependency

Self Ease Solutions

Counsellor/Therapist, PC
When we rely on something or someone outside of us we may be codependent. Learning how to detach and develop healthy attachments helps us to strengthen internal validation and release ourselves from the restriction of self-doubt and increases self-efficacy,  
8 Years Experience
In-Person in Mississauga, ON L5V 2X1
Online in Mississauga, Ontario
Mississauga, Ontario therapist: Melissa Roberts, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Melissa Roberts

Registered Psychotherapist, RP
Dealing with issues related to co-dependency? Pick up the phone and call or send me an email. Let me walk alongside you on your recovery journey.  
5 Years Experience
In-Person in Mississauga, ON L5R
Online in Mississauga, Ontario
Mississauga, Ontario therapist: Shasha Weir, counselor/therapist
Codependency

Shasha Weir

Counsellor/Therapist, RSSW
Codependency can be described as a relationship pattern where one person is overly reliant on another person for their emotional needs, and the other person is overly focused on meeting the needs of the first person to the detriment of their own needs. This often results in an imbalanced power dynamic where the codependent person feels a sense of responsibility for the well-being of the other person, and may even enable or perpetuate their unhealthy behaviors. Individuals who struggle with codependency, can it manifest in a variety of ways, such as difficulty setting boundaries, feeling guilty for asserting their own needs, and struggling with low self-esteem. It's important for individuals struggling with codependency to recognize that their own needs and desires are just as valid as those of the people they care about and to learn healthy ways of expressing their needs and setting boundaries. Therapy can be a helpful tool in breaking the cycle of codependency and learning to cultivate more balanced, fulfilling relationships.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person in Mississauga, ON L5B 3C3
Online in Mississauga, Ontario
Brampton, Ontario therapist: Dr. Joan Samuel-Dennis, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Dr. Joan Samuel-Dennis

Registered Psychotherapist
Struggling with codependency can be overwhelming, but you don't have to face it alone. We offer a compassionate and supportive environment where you can explore the roots of codependent behaviors and learn healthier ways to navigate relationships. Whether you're feeling trapped in patterns of enabling or struggling to establish boundaries, we are here to guide you towards greater self-awareness and autonomy. Take the first step towards healing today.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person in Mississauga, ON
Online in Mississauga, Ontario
Hamilton, Ontario therapist: Katja Tupak, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Katja Tupak

Registered Psychotherapist, RP (Q), M.Ed. (Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy)
We offer a wide range of psychotherapy treatment to ensure that you feel safe navigating through your journey.  
2 Years Experience
In-Person in Mississauga, ON L5H 3G8
Online in Mississauga, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Kennedy McLean Counselling & Psychotherapy Services, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Kennedy McLean Counselling & Psychotherapy Services

Registered Psychotherapist
Codependency is a bit of a trap. We often don't recognize we are in it but we know something feels off. We feel alone, tired or resentful. Working with a therapist can really help tease apart what is going on and teach you ways to set healthy boundaries.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person Near Mississauga, ON
Online in Mississauga, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Maksym Tkachenko, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Maksym Tkachenko

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Psychotherapist(Qualifying)
I guide clients in fostering healthier boundaries, enhancing self-awareness, and cultivating a more balanced sense of self in relationships.  
8 Years Experience
Online in Mississauga, Ontario
Oakville, Ontario therapist: Whiteboard Counselling, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Whiteboard Counselling

Registered Psychotherapist, RP
Co-dependency occurs when individuals find their identity solely by way of their interactions with others. These interactions might include romantic relationships, friend relationships, or relationship within their family network. While deeply held relationships are important for our emotional health, certain personality types are more prone to seeing these relationships become co-dependent ones which rob people of their individual identity as opposed to help foster it.  
23 Years Experience
In-Person Near Mississauga, ON
Online in Mississauga, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Courtney Mann, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Courtney Mann

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, MACP
You may be suffering from codependency if you find yourself prioritizing the needs of others over your own needs. Codependency can have serious implications for our relationships and overall happiness. We can explore why this happens and find different ways of connecting so that you can experience a sense of balance within your relationships.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person Near Mississauga, ON
Online in Mississauga, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Victoria Lorient-Faibish, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Victoria Lorient-Faibish

Registered Psychotherapist, MEd, RP, CCC, RPE
A good description of codependency is “when a person’s self-esteem rises and falls based on the other person’s mood, tone or experience.” But it is actually much more than that. The person is overly involved in the other person’s needs, wants, problems and issues. In reality, some of the nicest people in the world are codependent, and if not watched, all relationships have the potential to become codependent. Codependency takes healthy emotions and corrupts them. For example, empathy is a positive emotion, but in codependency the empathy rises to a level where there is no division between the two people. Generosity is also a beautiful emotion, but in codependency it turns into control and over enmeshment. In addition, the codependent person often feels excessively guilty for having any need that may create discomfort in the other person, even if the need is healthy and necessary for their emotional well-being. The undoing of this pattern is crucial to finding one's joy and peace. We unpack this as it relates to one's relationships to others as well as to the relationship with oneself.  
32 Years Experience
In-Person Near Mississauga, ON
Online in Mississauga, Ontario