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.
Online Group Forming for Summer 2020, starting June 22nd
6 week series/meet weekly Mondays @ 7pm
$50/week- *participants who have previously enrolled in a CTC class can join for 50% off. If you feel you may qualify for a discount due to financial situation, please let Charity know.
Call 678-395-7922 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!
In these unprecedented times, Compass is offering its first fully-online support group. Hosted by Charity Simpson, Coffee, Tea, and Codependency is designed for women to make active changes in their lives to promote healthy relationships.
The group will meet for 6 weekly sessions via online video conferencing. Interactive activities and sharing make the experience immersive and provides similar benefits to in-person support groups, all from the safety and convenience of your home.
Registration is now open for the six-week group to begin Monday, June 22nd @ 7:00 p.m.
A Note from Charity:
“I have been told by many of my mentors that the issues we repeatedly encounter with our clients are the issues we likely need to address in our personal lives. I have certainly found this to be true as codependency has been a recurring theme in my personal and professional life. As I have worked with people who sometimes identify themselves as codependent and at other times merely recognize the presence of toxic relationship dynamics in their lives, I have had to address and stay attentive to my own struggles with codependency.
While this type of self-reflection is rarely flattering, it has given me the opportunity to learn and grow as an individual and a human being in relationship. Since COVID has made it difficult to connect with others and requires us to be creative about how we engage with others and care for ourselves, I thought this would be a timely opportunity to virtually share what I’ve learned in my personal and professional exploration of codependency. Coffee, Tea, and Codependency is my attempt to offer a space where women can connect with one another and continue on the path to becoming our best selves. If you or one of the women in your life could benefit from practical tools to deepen connections with yourself and others, then I hope you will join me on this journey toward self-love and healthy relationships.”
– Charity Simpson