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At once both tough and supportive, Roslyn brings a practical and grounded approach to work with and inspire people to face the challenges of addiction, which overwhelm our lives.

The first to acknowledge it is a lifelong process, she draws on her vast experience and learning to educate clients to navigate meaningful, sustainable change away from addiction to live more balanced, empowered lives.

Roslyn Saunders – Codependency Counsellor Providing Codependency Help

At once both tough and supportive, Roslyn brings a practical and grounded approach to work with and inspire people to face the challenges of addiction, which overwhelm our lives.

The first to acknowledge it is a lifelong process, she draws on her vast experience and learning to educate clients to navigate meaningful, sustainable change away from addiction to live more balanced, empowered lives.

What is codependency?

People ask what is codependency and there is no simple answer. 

Codependency is a silent global epidemic. However, if we look around with awareness, it can be seen everywhere as normalized social behaviours. An addiction presenting in many forms, codependency is the disease of:

Control – We try to control or we are controlled by people, places or things outside of ourselves, because we are so out of control inside of ourselves.

Low self-esteem or self worth.  We have difficulty making decisions, and valuing others’ approval, thinking, feelings and behaviour over our own.

Compliance.  Our own values and integrity are compromised to avoid the rejection of others.  We are extremely loyal and remain in harmful situations too long, putting ourselves at risk.

Denial – We have difficulty identifying what we are feeling, or perceiving that we are completely unselfish and dedicated to the wellbeing of others (martyrdom).

Who is codependency help for?

Codependency help working with an experienced codependency counselor can help.  

  • People who’ve tried everything to overcome challenging behaviours or emotional issues and don’t know what to do next.
  • People who know there is something better out there, but don’t have the right support in place to make it happen.
  • People whose addiction or codependency, or the addiction of someone they know, is preventing them from moving forward.

What people say about CODA help

Roslyn introduced me to personal growth and self discovery – a journey which has been at times both excruciatingly painful and most gratifying. Roslyn’s guidance, unconditional love, support and extensive knowledge of this process has been priceless.

Marsha

Brisbane, Australia

I’ve worked with Roslyn now for well over a year. To say her coaching has transformed my life is not an understatement. I came to her when I ended my second marriage. I was at rock bottom; emotionally, financially and spiritually. I had no idea about how I would resurrect things or even whether I could. Through Ros’ caring, firm and timely counsel, I have managed to get my life back, one step at a time. I highly recommend Roslyn if you are struggling to cope with any relationship or addiction challenges.

Maria

Brisbane, Australia