Prerequisites: Mastery of Emotional Stress Release
Duration: 2 Days
Mental and emotional self-care awareness
Co-dependency is sometimes called ‘relationship addiction’ because people with co-dependency tend to form or maintain relationships that are one-sided, emotionally destructive and/or abusive. It is both an emotional and a behavioral condition that affects an individual’s ability to have healthy, mutually satisfying relationships.
Those who have completed this workshop will be able to recognise the basic characteristics of co-dependency, work with definitions to bring awareness and teach clients the basics of mental and emotional self-care.
In this workshop you will learn to assist clients to:
- Complete a co-dependency questionnaire and administer a co-dependency quiz.
- Explore early childhood issues and their relationship to current destructive behavior patterns.
- Get in touch with feelings that have been buried during childhood.
- Use kinesiology techniques to defuse the past and the present, allowing them to experience their full range of feelings again.
- Reconstruct healthy personal and family dynamics.
We seek to empower people – to give them tools, fresh hope and to show them ways to move ahead out of their present situations, whether it be pain, dysfunction, overwhelm, weariness, fatigue, frustration or apparent hopelessness.Dr Bruce Dewe, K-Power® Co-Founder