Women’s Codependency Group

Are you aware that codependency is a learned behavior that can be passed down from one generation to another? Often, the roots of codependency are found in one’s childhood. Therefore, one part of treatment involves identifying early childhood issues and their relationship to current negative behavioral patterns. Treatment will also include an educational component where people struggling with codependency can begin learning how to change their self-defeating behavioral patterns and faulty beliefs. Additionally, treatment will help each group member to get in touch with their feelings that have been buried since childhood. Being in touch with and learning to express their feelings is the beginning of the journey to recovery from codependency.

Group details.

The following are characteristics of Codependent People

  • Your mood, happiness, and identity is defined by another person
  • You do not feel you have any mutually, satisfying relationships
  • Your relationships are often one-sided
  • You typically sacrifice your needs to care for others
  • You find that you deny or avoid difficult emotions
  • You keep quiet to avoid arguments
  • You have a hard time trusting
  • You often worry about others’ opinions of you
  • You fear being abandoned or alone
  • You have a need for approval
  • You struggle in adjusting to change
  • You struggle with receiving compliments or a gift
  • You feel angry often
  • You have difficulty making decisions
  • You struggle frequently with feelings of guilt
  • You have trouble saying “no”
  • You struggle to ask for help
  • You do more than your share the majority of times

Dates & Times:

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$220 Monthly


Shannon Johnson

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Sugar Land
(281) 277-8811