We frequently get questions about where to find good codependency resources for codependency recovery, so we created this page to start putting everything in one place. We add to this list as we learn more, so feel free to suggest additional resources for us to add.
- Celebrate Recovery – a worldwide organization that helps people overcome “hurt, hang-ups, and habits”. Groups typically meet in local churches, and they have a Group Locator Tool to help you find a meeting near you.
- Co-Dependents Anonymous – a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. Group meetings are based off the 12 Steps.
- Al-Anon – strength and hope for family members and friends of addicts. They have a tool on their website to find a local meeting near you.
Free Codependency Resources
- Conquering Codependency Mini-Course – 8-part video mini-course discussing codependency and related topics like personal space, habits, boundaries, and phases of recovery.
- Share To Repair Program – a collection of personal stories of codependency, both written and audio, from our audience. Stories include personal backgrounds, struggles, successes, advice and tips.
- Codependency No More Podcast – series of interviews with codependency experts, discussions on impactful tools for codependents, and personal stories of codependency from our audience (accessible on i-Tunes)
- Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself
- The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom (A Toltec Wisdom Book)
- Love Is a Choice: The Definitive Book on Letting Go of Unhealthy Relationships
- Don’t Feed the Ducks!: Overcoming Unhealthy Helping in Your Life & Relationships
- How To Do No Contact Like A Boss!: The Woman’s Guide to Implementing No Contact & Detaching from Toxic Relationships
- Facing Codependence
- The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook
- Codependency 101: Basics of Addiction, Grief and Recovery
Mindfulness & Awareness
- Vipassana Meditation – a technique which enhances awareness and equanimity by using body sensation as a point of focus, keeping in the mind the law of impermanence. Promotes focus, self-awareness, and emotion regulation.
Domestic Violence or Abuse
- National Domestic Violence Hotline – 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)