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Codependency is a relational behavior style that looks different for different relationships. Commonly, codependency results in individuals losing their sense of self and feeling unable to leave the relationship although they recognize its toxic nature. At The Ohana, we treat codependency through individual and group therapy, relationship building activities, and holistic therapy.


What is codependency

Codependency used to refer to the often unbalanced relationship between an individual suffering from SUD and their partner or family members. Today, this term is used more broadly to describe unhealthy relationships where one individual is stuck in a giver role, while the other remains in a taker role.

It is important to note that caretaking on its own does not mean codependency, it is the loss of self, and self worth that indicates that codependency may be present.

In a codependent relationship, the giver may be afraid to leave the relationship because they are afraid that the taker cannot make it without them. Additionally, they may not know who they are without the need of the taker. On the other hand, the taker also has a hard time leaving because they have become reliant on the giver.

Codependent relationships can occur within various relationships:

What is codependency

Symptoms of Codependency

Codependency can look different within different relationship structures. Below are a few signs that you are in an unhealthy, codependent relationship.
Symptoms Of Codependency?

Treatment for Codependency

Codependency often results from attachment styles formed during childhood. Since psychodynamic therapy seeks to understand how a person became who they are, it is a great option for individuals seeking to break habitual codependent behaviors.

Additionally, group therapy is a great space for individuals to explore how codependency has shown up in their relationships. During group therapy individuals can connect to others with similar experiences and practice setting healthy boundaries. Clients at The Ohana are also able to practice boundaries and develop trust in others in various adventures on the island as a part of the Adventure Therapy Program.

Finally, an important aspect of healing from codependent relationships involves developing a strong sense of self. Holistic therapy, which helps clients connect mind, body, and spirit is an effective avenue to gaining a strong sense of self to find freedom from codependent behaviors.

Treatment for Codependency

When To Seek Treatment for Codependency

People with codependent relationship patterns are susceptible to substance use disorders for various reasons. Since codependency can make it difficult for a person to set boundaries, they often engage in the same behaviors as their partner. Codependent people who have partners with substance use disorder are more likely to develop an addiction themselves.

Additionally, some symptoms of codependency are emotionally painful. Extreme people-pleasing can cause people to lose their sense of self or repress their feelings. Many use drugs or alcohol to cope. This can quickly become a serious addiction. People in this situation require comprehensive treatment for codependency and substance use disorder.

Why Choose The Ohana for Codependency Treatment?

The Ohana delivers codependency treatment in Hawaii as part of its addiction treatment programs. Our residential and outpatient services include psychotherapy sessions with counselors experienced in treating codependency relationships.

We also specialize in dual diagnosis treatment and understand that a long-lasting recovery relies on creating a codependency treatment plan alongside managing the drug or alcohol dependency.

The Ohana provides all of these high-quality services from its well-appointed luxury rehab facility on the Big Island. The combination of expert care, peaceful surroundings, and a comprehensive care continuum make The Ohana the ideal rehab for codependency treatment. 

Codependency Treatment

Cost & Insurance Coverage for Codependency Treatment in Hawaii

The cost of rehab and codependency treatment in Hawaii may start at $3,000 for outpatient services and upwards of $8,000 for inpatient services. Luxury codependency programs have an even higher cost due to their exceptional accommodations and extra benefits, such as gourmet meals and on-site wellness specialists.

Codependency treatment programs are usually included under substance use or mental health care, which are eligible expenses in many insurance plans. Depending on your policy, your insurer may cover some or all of your treatment costs.

Cost & Insurance Coverage for Codependency Treatment in Hawaii

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