Five Codependency Resources for Couples and Families
Codependency — a hot topic in today’s psychology and wellness spheres — can compromise the happiness and wellbeing of your family and everyone in it.
That said, we at Raise Vegan want our readers to know that recovery from unhealthy patterns should not be a point of shame, but an opportunity to learn and grow. So, in order to help you and your family members live happy, healthy lives, we’ve put together a list of quality resources.
Five awesome tools for recovery follow.
Dr Nicole LePera’s The Holistic Psychologist Blog and YouTube Channel
Dr Nicole Lepera is a holistic psychologist and the founder of the Mindful Healing Center in Central City Philadelphia. She believes mental wellness is for everyone.
Codependency for Dummies by Dr Darlene Lancer, LMFT
Dr Darlene Lancer is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) based in Santa Monica, CA. Over her 30-year career, she has has helped countless individuals recover from codependency and trauma.
Her book will assist you in recognizing the signs, and starting to caring for yourself and family in a healthier way.
Co-Dependents Anonymous International at CoDA.org
Co-Dependents Anonymous International is a fellowship of people with a common purpose.
CoDA’s only requirement for membership is “a desire for healthy and loving relationships.” Through CoDA’s website, individuals can find helpful resources and locate the meeting nearest them.
Navigating the Codependency Maze: A Path to Freedom and Healthy Love E-Book by Sharon Martin, LCSW
Sharon Martin, LCSW is a licensed psychotherapist and codependency expert based in San Jose, CA. She is the author of several workbooks and e-books including: Navigating the Codependency Maze: A Path to Freedom and Healthy Love.
Through her mental-health blog, you can find discussions on topics such as setting boundaries, breaking the pattern of codependent relationships, and self-love.
Codependency No More Podcast
The Codependency No More Podcast was created by two recovered codependents, Brian and Jennifer.
On the podcast, the pair speak with experts in the field, as well as other current or recovering codependents to help listeners on their own journey to recovery,
Are you a recovering codependent? We’d love to read your story in the comments below.
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