Research indicates that relationships work best when there are healthy boundaries present and when power is shared equally. But if you are in a relationship with someone both in personal and professional realms, where you feel trapped, enmeshed, controlled, exhausted or resentful, perhaps you maybe experiencing symptoms of codependency.
In this very informative workshop, participants will:
- Reflect on their own attachment patterns and their influence on their current relationships
- Recognize the impact of unhealthy boundaries on physical health
- Identify strategies for healthy boundary setting and self care
About the Speaker
Mary Crocker Cook, D.Min., LMFT, LAADC has been treating codependency and providing couples therapy for over 25 years. She is an adjunct with John F. Kennedy University Graduate School of Psychology, coordinates the San Jose City College Alcohol and Drug Studies Program, and has authored several books in the recovery field.
Register for this workshop online: helpcenter.stanford.edu/register.
Free and open to all faculty, staff, postdoctoral scholars and retirees of Stanford University, LPCH and Stanford Hospital and clinics. Eligible dependents may also attend. “BeWell Berries” available for eligible employees.