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Comprehensive Therapy Approach Inc.

Imbalance of Codependency - (01/12/24 & 01/13/24)

We meet outdoors on a sheltered patio. Please dress comfortably for the conditions. This is a two day event; 01/12/24 & 01/13/24.

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Imbalance of Codependency - (01/12/24 & 01/13/24)
Imbalance of Codependency - (01/12/24 & 01/13/24)

Time & Location

Jan 12, 2024, 8:45 AM PST – Jan 13, 2024, 4:00 PM PST

Comprehensive Therapy Approach Inc., 3537 Boundary St, San Diego, CA 92104, USA

About the event

Murray Bowen used a long, descriptive term in place of codependency. He called it "overfunctioning/underfunctioning reciprocity." Others have called it "one up/one down." Whatever we call it, it arises from anxiety that some people react to by overdoing in some way, perhaps overworking, over-helping, over-drinking or drugging. This usually causes them to under-perform in some other part of life. The workaholic or the substance abuser may neglect family and friends. The underfunctioning person may believe they cannot do any better. They find it hard to do more than they are. These are complex patterns of human behavior often learned in the family. Patterns feel so natural that it may be hard to change.

By using EMDR therapy to focus on 6 related memories from childhood, teen years or adulthood, amazing progress can be made. We begin to separate from stuck ways of life, and discover a new freedom of action and emotion. After each clearing, you will learn a skill used by healthy, emotionally mature people to live in a more balanced and equal style. You may be taking many deep breaths of fresh air!

We meet outdoors on a sheltered patio. Please dress comfortably for the conditions.

This is a 2 day event 01/12/2024 and 01/13/2024 from 0845AM - 0400PM.

Schedule


  • 7 hours 15 minutes

    Imbalance of Codependency - Day 1


  • 7 hours 15 minutes

    Imbalance of Codependency - Day 2

Tickets

  • Workshop Attendee

    $250.00
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