We understand that co-dependency can have a significant impact on individuals and their relationships. At Evolve Therapy Group, we believe in the power of therapy to help individuals break free from unhealthy patterns and develop healthier, more fulfilling relationships with themselves and others. Our therapists provide a safe and non-judgmental space for clients to explore the underlying causes of co-dependency and develop strategies for change. Dating can be as intoxicating and exciting as it is painful and destructive.
You may find ourselves in relationships that hurt us or just aren’t right for us, but we still have a hard time leaving.
An unhealthy or toxic relationship can feel like we’re trapped in a soul-sucking prison or experiencing a chaotic addiction with euphoric highs and painful lows.
Does this sound familiar?
If you can relate, then it’s time to find a therapist that can help you on your path to freedom.
We’re aware that trying to find the right person can be a painful task, and even more so now with the craziness of dating apps and social media!
When we can’t seem to find a match, or when we move from one failed relationship to the next, we may begin to question if something is wrong with us.
Our licensed therapists here at Evolve Therapy Group can help you identifying and overcome subconscious “unhealthy protective coping mechanisms” that are getting in the way of finding a healthy relationship.
As we bring awareness to those unhealthy coping mechanisms and begin to heal them, you will begin to find and experience the relationship you deserve!
Our therapists are experienced in addressing the complex relationship between co-dependency and addiction, providing comprehensive support for individuals and their loved ones.
At Evolve Therapy Group, we are committed to helping individuals overcome co-dependency and reclaim their sense of self. We provide a compassionate and supportive environment where you can explore your experiences, develop new coping strategies, and build healthier relationships. If you are ready to break free from co-dependency and embark on a journey of healing and personal growth, we invite you to contact us and schedule an appointment. Our dedicated therapists are here to support you every step of the way.
Like everything, codependency and relationship addiction lie on a spectrum.
We all have some codependent traits, but when these traits begin to overtake your relationships, we are here to help you.
Codependency can develop when either you or your partner excessively relies on the other to fulfill social or emotional needs.
If one person is codependent, the relationship can start to feel very one-sided and can be extremely damaging if you don’t take the steps to free yourself from it.
There are some visible symptoms of codependent relationships that you should look out for. If any of these apply to you, it’s time to speak to a therapist.
With therapy, you will begin to move through your dating life and your relationships with greater ease.
You will find that you become more open to others and that others are more drawn to you as a result.
You will learn to find joy, even in being alone.
You will become more aware of red flags in others and learn to listen to yourself so that you don’t continue going down the same painful, repeating paths in relationships.
Exploring dating relationships in therapy can help us trace and understand the origins of our painful patterns and bring them under our conscious control so that we can experience true intimacy, love, and acceptance with the right people.
Therapy can successfully improve your life by helping you minimize the anxiety in your life, identify and change underlying thought and behavioral patterns that contribute to your struggles, and provide you with strategies to decrease discomfort while restoring an overall sense of peace.
To experience true and lasting joy in our life, we must face and conquer our pain by healing our underlying trauma and confronting our fears.
Our evidence-based, scientifically proven interventions are demonstrated by research to be effective in improving relationships and other issues surrounding codependency such as anxiety, communication, and self-esteem.
If you have any questions, contact us, and let one of our experienced licensed clinicians help you.