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Toronto, Ontario therapist: Centre for Psychology and Emotional Health, psychologist
Codependency

Centre for Psychology and Emotional Health

Psychologist
We have a great team of 20+ therapists with varying skills and specialties including working with codependency.  
21 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M5R 2A5
Online in Toronto, 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 Toronto, Ontario
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, RCT, RCC, CCC, ATR-P
At Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy, we specialize in supporting individuals struggling with codependency issues. Codependency is a complex and challenging pattern of behavior that often involves placing excessive focus on others' needs while neglecting one's own emotional well-being and boundaries. Our therapeutic approach is designed to help individuals break free from codependent patterns, cultivate self-awareness, and foster healthier relationships with themselves and others. Through a relational lens, we explore the underlying beliefs and behaviors that contribute to codependency, focusing on building self-esteem, assertiveness, and self-care practices. Our therapists create a safe and non-judgmental space for clients to examine their relational dynamics, set boundaries, and develop a deeper understanding of their own needs and values. Using somatic interventions, we help clients reconnect with their bodies and emotions, facilitating a deeper sense of self-awareness and grounding. By incorporating mindfulness techniques and body-centered practices, we support individuals in developing a greater sense of agency, presence, and resilience in their relationships. Our goal is to empower individuals to cultivate healthy boundaries, enhance self-esteem, and nurture a balanced sense of self-reliance and interdependence. Through personalized therapeutic interventions and compassionate support, we guide clients on a transformative journey towards breaking free from codependency, fostering self-compassion, and reclaiming their autonomy and emotional well-being. At Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy, we are dedicated to providing a supportive and empowering space where individuals can explore and heal from codependency, fostering growth, authenticity, and self-empowerment in their relationships and personal lives.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Nakasha Ogbonna, registered social worker
Codependency

Nakasha Ogbonna

Registered Social Worker, RSW
Dealing with issues related to codependency? This is an area I specialize in. Call or email me and I'll walk alongside you on your recovery journey.  
5 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Milton, Ontario therapist: Samantha Cervino, life coach
Codependency

Samantha Cervino

Life Coach, Life Coach | Yoga Teacher | Personal Development Mentor | Published Author | Reiki Master, EFT Meridian Tapping Pract.
Life coaching is great for people with codependency lifestyles. I, myself used to be codependent in my relationships so I can relate and because of my own personal success overcoming codependency, I can really motivate and help my clients.  
7 Years Experience
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Ankara, Ankara therapist: Dr. Nilgun Turkcan Ataoglu, BCT, RDT, licensed mental health counselor
Codependency

Dr. Nilgun Turkcan Ataoglu, BCT, RDT

Licensed Mental Health Counsellor, Licensed & Registered Creative Arts Therapist
Creative Arts Therapy is a powerful specialty which provides us to express our subconscious in a safe and easy way. Since the subconscious is a great power that directs our behaviours, on codependency issues, CAT is very effective and gives great results.  
23 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Gwen Schauerte, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Gwen Schauerte

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, M.Ed.
Codependency can feel confusing and confounding. We are trying to sort out "who am I and who is the other?" Setting and maintaining boundaries and developing self awareness can be just two responses. The reward of doing this work is a clearer sense of one's self in relation to others.  
31 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M6G
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Whitney Reinhart, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Whitney Reinhart

Registered Psychotherapist, MA., RP.
Codependency can look so different from person to person and relationship to relationship. Often times when we are in these types of relationships, we can feel fully dependent on others to meet all our attachment needs and can feel extremely powerless, insecure, and fearful when these needs aren't met. For others, it can look like needing to take control of most aspects of the relationship and our partners to create a sense of certainty and security, which can leave us in distress when we lose that "control". I hope to help you understand your feelings and needs, learn how to express those to your partner, set healthy boundaries, and build independence and internal self-esteem.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M5G 1N8
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Laura Farberman, registered social worker
Codependency

Laura Farberman

Registered Social Worker, RSW, MSW
Using a Family Systems approach Soulful Therapy helps people who are living with a codependent dynamic. Together we come to understand how and why this pattern started and move towards change.  
14 Years Experience
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Guelph, Ontario therapist: Colleen Fava, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Colleen Fava

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, Reiki Practitioner, BA
The disease of family members of addicts. Codependency as defined by looking outside of yourself for happiness. Helping you connect with what makes you joyful without relying on others.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Emma Heutschi, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Emma Heutschi

Registered Psychotherapist, M.Ed. Counselling Psychology, Registered Psychotherapist
I use attachment theory to understand how the dynamics of your early relationships may be impacting how you relate to yourself and others as an adult, and how to make mindful changes.  
7 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M4L 2X6
Online in Toronto, 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 in Toronto, ON
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Jess Erb, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Jess Erb

Registered Psychotherapist, DPsychotherapy
Working with adults who are in relationships often means addressing the codependency between partners. Together with clients I look at family history, relationship history and how clients interact in other relationships. Together we can also work on the self - including building self-esteem and independence in order to break the co-dependence cycle.  
10 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M5H 1P9
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Kurt Zubatiuk, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Kurt Zubatiuk

Registered Psychotherapist, RP (Registered Psychotherapist), Diploma TIRP, member CAPT
Codependent relationships can feel hopelessly stuck, seemingly impossible to leave or to negotiate. Unconscious emotions and patterns are often at work, interacting with our partner in ways we feel we don't have control over. Being able to talk deeply about this can lead to increasing understanding and freedom, as patterns and personal histories begin to make sense. Clarity can emerge, and with that the possibility of autonomy and choice.  
17 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M4X 1X6
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Morgan Mackenzie, registered social worker
Codependency

Morgan Mackenzie

Registered Social Worker, RSW
In my practice, I often support individuals on their journey to overcome codependency. Codependency often manifests in unhealthy, enmeshed relationships where individuals prioritize others' needs over their own, leading to a diminished sense of self and personal boundaries. My approach is grounded in fostering self-awareness and empowerment, creating a safe space for clients to explore the origins of codependent patterns and learn healthier relationship dynamics. Utilizing various therapeutic modalities, I help clients understand and break free from codependent cycles. Together, we work towards establishing healthy boundaries, enhancing self-esteem, and cultivating a more balanced and fulfilling sense of self. My goal is to empower individuals to build authentic connections, fostering independence and resilience in their relationships and personal lives.  
1 Years Experience
Online in Toronto, 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 in Toronto, ON M6E 4P3
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Kylie Hockley, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Kylie Hockley

Registered Psychotherapist, MA, RP
Living a life of codependency can be crippling. Therapy can help you to learn about who you are as an individual and build your self confidence and sense of self. Together we will look into your story, to understand and heal past hurt so that you can thrive as an individual today. I will provide the resources and tools to help you cope with day to day stress. I also provide therapy to individuals who are in a relationship with someone who is codependent. I will work with you to create boundaries, improve communication skills and be a safe space to process any and all emotions that arise.  
5 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Addictions Canada, drug and alcohol counselor
Codependency

Addictions Canada

Drug and Alcohol Counsellor, BA Hon, Registered Addictions Counsellor, CACCF
Codependency is commonly associated with Substance Use Disorders. Therapy can help you gain deeper insight into your thinking patterns and how you approach relationships.  
3 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON M4K 1R1
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Michelle C. Koehler, RSW & Psychotherapist, registered social worker
Codependency

Michelle C. Koehler, RSW & Psychotherapist

Registered Social Worker, MA, RSW & Psychotherapist
I specialize in relationship anxiety, codependency & divorce. I will help you recognize and maintain healthy relationships that inspire you to be more of who you are. Often clients find the more distinct and whole they become within themselves, the more others are drawn to them.  
24 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON
Online in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Joshua Lewis, registered psychotherapist
Codependency

Joshua Lewis

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, CT
It is possible to have a healthy, mutually satisfying relationship with your partner that holds room and respect for all the unique and curious ways that you each function as separate individuals within a supportive bond. We will take time to understand the ways in which we form relationships with others and how these, primarily unconscious and nonverbal, patterns get laid down early in life and are often transmitted across generations. My approach is to work from an attachment-oriented psychotherapy lens that takes into account the here/now relational experience of the therapeutic relationship between us.  
5 Years Experience
In-Person in Toronto, ON
Online in Toronto, Ontario