Codependency Support Group: Learn to Take Care of Yourself, In a Group.

Codependency Support Group: Learn to Take Care of Yourself, In a Group.

Codependency Support Group: Learn to Take Care of Yourself, In a Group.

Next Date: December 31, 1969
Time: 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Cost: $40
Type: Support Groups
Intended Audience: Mental Health Professionals & General Public



Portland Therapy Center
811 East Burnside, Suite #217 ,

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I offer a 12-week Support Group for people who are seeking to address issues related to codependency. This group is meant to be a learning and exploratory experience, using multiple tools, including the natural healing properties of circle and community, to enhance and guide your healing journey. Each group session will include educational components on topics related to Codependency, experiential exercises (learning through doing), and facilitated discussions among members about how relevant themes tie into their own personal experience(s). Members are encouraged to share openly and vulnerably and to both offer and receive consensual support from other group members. I have developed my philosophy on and treatment approach to Codependency based on my education and training in Gestalt, Feminist, Somatic, Attachment-based, Psychodynamic and Multicultural Therapies.

Client Concerns

  • Attachment Issues
  • Codependency
  • Relationships and Marriage

Types of Therapy

  • Feminist Therapy
  • Gestalt Therapy
  • Psychodynamic Therapy
  • Somatic Psychotherapy

Professional Topics

  • Compassion fatigue

How to Register

Please contact me via email or phone for further questions or to schedule an intake.

Available Discounts

Sliding Scale available based on necessity

Meghan O'Connor, MA, MFT

Meghan O'Connor, MA, MFT

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