Codependency therapists in Oreland, Pennsylvania PA
Psychologist, PsyD, Diplomate in CBT,NBCC Certified,Licensed Psychologist
Often described as the "Best Kept Secret of the Main Line." Dr. Zeiders is quietly popular for his insightful, effective psychotherapy, executive coaching and "fix it" abilities as a Psychologist. He treats anxiety, stress, shyness, depression, marital issues and addictions.
Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT
The work with codependency focuses on strengthening the individual’s understanding of themself through boundaries exploration and building up and highlighting the positive elements - personal traits as well as managing the difficult emotions that come with changing how a person relates to others.
12 Years Experience
My approach teaches you to depend on yourself and to be self-directed. You can learn to help yourself if you improve your discomfort tolerance for doing things for yourself, taking calculated risks, and accept yourself even when you fail.
33 Years Experience
Over the years I have worked with chronic pain issues and can help in that arena not All relationships have some aspect of codependency and I work my hardest to address it work on it and resolve it.only from a psychological standpoint but work with your doctor hand-in-hand to resolve issues
20 Years Experience
Treatment Center, DSW, LCSW, BCD, CGP, FAAETS, TEP
Codependency is often closely associated with trauma, loss, or dysfunctional family systems. Because we specialize in trauma, we naturally are working quite often with codependency.
8 Years Experience
Licensed Professional Counselor, DA, LPC, LCPC, CCTP, EMDR Clinician
Have you lost your sense of self in your relationship(s)? Are you struggling to make decisions independent of others? We can explore the foundations of enmeshment and codependency, how they have helped and how they have hindered you.
14 Years Experience
Licensed Professional Counselor, LCP, LCPC
I have been trained in trauma-related issues, codependency, pro-dependency and how past trauma can play a role in our current relationships. I can help decipher between reactions that may be responses to the trauma or betrayal that you may have experience from what may be otherwise labeled as co-dependency in other approaches.
13 Years Experience
Counselor/Therapist, Ed.D., M.A., BCBA-D, CAC, BC-TMH, CCTP, THP, Practitioner/ Specialist.
Attachment disorders, including codependency, are very common in enmeshed family systems and also in individuals coping with trauma, its effects, as well as with individuals who might be lacking balance or boundary awareness in their lives. Attachment and bonding difficulties were one of my areas of practice, professionally. This stated, shifting to a state of "oneness and constant contact with God" can help individuals find the peace they are seeking.The art and science of attaching and detaching are taught to clients using advanced psycho-educational approaches and models/ modalities. By teaching the concept of "oneness", these states can also be healed more easily so less anxiety regarding separation occurs and more healthy, positive, stable relationships with self and others can be achieved and maintained, over time.
20 Years Experience