Do any of the following apply to you?
- You put the needs of others before your own
- You’re a people-pleaser… to the point of self-deprivation
- You feel responsible for the well-being of others
- You’ll do whatever it takes to avoid abandonment
- You look to other people for your sense of purpose
- You fear rejection if people get to know the real you
- You feel guilty for having your own thoughts and feelings
- You stuff your emotions to protect others
- Your self–worth is dependent on what people think of you
This program will help you identify personal strengths to improve self-concept, enhance the quality of your relationships, more effectively deal with difficult people, and experience greater meaning.
Group Forming for Fall 2019
6 week series/meet once a week
Tuesdays at 7 pm starting September 10th
$50/week- *bring a friend and receive a 20% discount!
Call 678-395-7922 or email email@example.com to sign up!
Coffee, Tea, and Codependency is a pilot program developed out of the realization that no matter how much progress young women make in our journeys to know, love, and accept ourselves, society inundates us with messages suggesting that we are not, nor ever will be, good enough just as we are.
Regardless of how much any individual woman may grow in her ability to see and accept herself as she is, there continues to be enormous pressure to have the perfect romantic relationship; strike the ideal balance between work and personal life; put other people’s needs before your own; stay calm, cool, and collected no matter the situation; and avoid the trap of letting emotions get the best of you. Despite the inherent challenges in any of these idealized goals, there seem to be few places where young women can express their struggle and frustration without reprimand, much less further develop skills to navigate such daily obstacles.
Led by Charity L. Simpson, NCC, LAPC, Coffee, Tea, and Codependency has been developed to meet this overwhelming need for young women in their 20s and 30s. This program is intended to provide a space outside individual counseling where young women can come together to share their personal experience alongside others who can relate and join in the work of self-acceptance and enrichment. Utilizing a combination of mindfulness, creative, and relational techniques, this program aims to promote women’s individual and interpersonal wellness in a warm, safe, accepting, non-judgmental atmosphere.