Introducing The All New Free From Codependency Online Therapy Hub

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When you are trying to deal with codependency, it is essential to work with a therapist who understands what it is, how to deal with it and has overcome his/her own codependency issues. I have been working with codependents for over 15 years and have defined a method that I know works and can have a life-changing effect on codependent’s lives.

My belief is that codependency symptoms are as individual as you are and one approach is often not enough. I firmly believe that due to this, any approach that looks to counter the varied symptoms of codependency, needs to be just as varied. It is for this very reason that I now offer the Free From Codependency Online Therapy Hub, a complete package of resources aimed at codependents and their recovery.

Group Online Therapy: ( Starting January 23rd 2021) Sometimes, it helps to know that others are going through similar experiences. Group therapy is designed for you to interact with others in similar circumstances and share your story with them. That’s fine but this is different. Join four other codependents in a series of five intensive, totally private, 90 minute sessions, facilitated by me, to learn how you can cope and recover from codependency by learning the background and effective tools and methods. Why just talk, why not learn?

SESSION 1: The Roots Of Codependency

SESSION 2: The Inner Child: Go Back To Where It All Started

SESSION 3: Change That Codependent Thinking!

SESSION 4: Maintain The New You!

Individual Therapy: Tailor-made program using effective, integrative therapeutic methods created for you and your needs. An all-round service that includes private, confidential sessions based on an agreed action plan, setting and monitoring of assignments between sessions and exclusive use of an encrypted chat app for questions and advice. Free Initial Consultation without obligation.

Codependent Community: Join the Free From Codependency community to discuss with others on all things codependency.

Articles and Podcasts: Browse and read through a vast bank of codependency articles, topical and constantly updated on all aspects of codependency. Listen to podcasts that get to the root of codependency and how to deal with it.

Codependency Stories: Read real-life stories of codependency and how it affected families, relationships and individuals.

Dr Jenner’s Bookshelf: My favourite books on codependency and what they can bring to the subject.

Join me today on your new path and choose the best option or combination for you from group or individual therapy through to a community or recommended reading. Of course, feel free to browse and search through a vast bank of free articles on all aspects of codependency.

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Dr. Nicholas Jenner, a therapist, coach, and speaker, has over 20 years of experience in the field of therapy and coaching. His specialty lies in treating codependency, a condition that is often characterized by a compulsive dependence on a partner, friend, or family member for emotional or psychological sustenance. Dr. Jenner's approach to treating codependency involves using Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy, a treatment method that has gained widespread popularity in recent years. He identifies the underlying causes of codependent behavior by exploring his patients' internal "parts," or their different emotional states, to develop strategies to break free from it. Dr. Jenner has authored numerous works on the topic and offers online therapy services to assist individuals in developing healthy relationships and achieving emotional independence.

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  1. Intriguingly Curious

    The group therapy sounds very appealing, and something that many people could avail themselves of I’m sure. And like you say, most importantly they can talk and learn. It’s a nice way to bring people together as well in these difficult times.

    I hope it goes well.