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Codependency

— suffering based on fake facts

 

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Symptoms and effects of codependency

Codependency is a learned behavior that can be passed from one generation to the next in dysfunctional families. Suffering from fear, anger, pain or shame, which is ignored or denied is an outcome of the disorder. Underlying issues may also include physical, emotional or sexual abuse.  However, with the help and support of qualified professionals and clinical experts, it is possible to overcome codependency.

The most common symptoms of codependency

  1. having difficulty making decisions
  2. having difficulty identifying own feelings
  3. having difficulty communicating with others
  4. lacking trust in yourself and poor self-esteem
  5. over-controlling other people
  6. subordinating personal needs to the needs of others
  7. feel a fear of being abandoned
  8. chronic feelings of boredom and emptiness

 

Costs

We provide the very best care and comfort. Our fees are typically between CHF 80,000 – CHF 120,000 per week, depending on the requirements of the individual client. Fees are settled directly by the client (we do not work with insurance companies) and we can supply written quotations upon request.

The Kusnacht Practice services are not covered by Swiss health insurances. All costs are to be covered directly by the clients. Patients who are domiciled in Switzerland and are therefore mandatorily health insured may be reimbursed by their health insurance for medical services in accordance with the Federal Law on Health Insurance (KVG) and its implementing provisions.

after codependency treatment

Michelle, aged 50

“My treatment made me take a hard and honest look at my behaviour and realise I had hope of stopping the madness.”

Your contact for any help

Marina Kharinskaya
+41 43 499 60 50
info@kusnachtpractice.ch

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