An intervention for codependency follows all the same criteria for any other form of addiction or behavioural problem that has resulted in the nearest and dearest hitting rock bottom. Co-dependency, like eating or exercising, sex or work is a part of normal human life experience.
Unlike alcohol and non-prescribed drugs, gambling or internet gaming say, Co-dependency can not be given up. It is a fundamental part of our being human.
Codependency as an active addiction can be treated. It can be diagnosed. Families and friends will share a long list of family and life problems associated with untreated Co-dependency.
An Intervention for Co-dependency needs three things.
- A history and examples that meet the criteria for problematic codependency
- A group of concerned others who are willing to be coached in how to intervene
- A choice of effective treatment options.
Your interventionist will support and guide you all in this process, and with Co-dependency it is a process. Active recovery for Co-Dependency finds a point where a family and a person are able to achieve sobriety.
Sobriety for an addict of alcoholic can be total abstinence. Food, sex, codependency, it is a level of relationship with the behaviours that support a wellness, values, morals, safety, health, freedom.
Start to end chronic and out of control co-dependency with a supported professional intervention, resulting in a great choice of treatment.