Co-Dependency

Kellogg: Codependency Series

Subject: 
Family codependency and recovery
Minutes Long: 
60 each

Terry Kellogg, host of this 6-part series on co-dependency is considered a pioneer in the treatment of dependent and co-dependent behaviour.  Co-dependency is described as a pattern of learned behaviours that produces confusion, denial, anxiety, shame, depression, and excess guilt as well as compulsive, self-destructive behaviours and stress related illnesses.

Produced By: 
Terry Kellogg - Lifeworks Communication

Detachment With Love

Subject: 
Co-dependency
Minutes Long: 
23

This film is the sequel to “Denial? Not Me”. When a man whose partner is alcoholic attends a meeting, he identifies with the speaker’s feelings of denial, fear, guilt, shame, anger, guilt, and obsession.  The speaker explains how he learned to “detach with love”:  accept help and support. One can hate the disease of alcoholism or drugs, yet still love the alcoholic or addict. 

Produced By: 
Kinetic Video

Bradshaw - Family Secrets - 6 parts

Subject: 
Co-dependency
Minutes Long: 
60 each

In this six-part series John Bradshaw talks about the secrets that are part of every family and the trouble they can cause.  All families have secrets, and some are healthy.  Parents need intimate secrets from their children, and siblings need secrets to develop their identity.  However, others, those he calls “dark secrets”, limit the wholeness and freedom of every member of the family, often generation after generation.  Dark secrets are sometimes unknown at a conscious level, but are known unconsciously, and can create rigid rules for behaviour that have no basis in r

Produced By: 
Marjorie Poore Productions, Vancouver

What and Why of Co-dependency, The

Subject: 
Co-dependency
Minutes Long: 
23

Using a combination of mimes and family vignettes, gives and overview of the history of co-dependency. Describes current thinking regarding the disorder and its origins, e.g. family traits’ faulty communication, inadequate boundaries etc.

Produced By: 
Concept Media

Relationships In Recovery

Subject: 
Co-dependency
Minutes Long: 
29

In this film Meg Haycraft addresses the issues and explains the dynamics of co-dependency and recovery that affect the family or individuals.

Produced By: 
GWC Inc.

Family First

Subject: 
Co-dependency
Minutes Long: 
18

This video offers clear and dramatic presentations of co-dependency involving the family of a functioning alcoholic and the family of an adolescent chemical dependant. Terri Rodriguez Ohlms, ACSW, using actors, explains how co-dependency illness leads to enabling and tortuous progressive entanglement.

Produced By: 
GWC Inc.

Co-Dependent Women, The

Subject: 
Co-dependency
Minutes Long: 
45

An interactive workshop that focuses on what it is like living with someone who is addictive. Women explain how they unknowingly enabled their partners and share their experience, and realising their responsibilities to themselves.

Produced By: 
Canadian Learning

Co-Dependency: The Lost Self

Subject: 
Co-dependency
Minutes Long: 
12

Describes co-dependents as feeling responsible for others’ actions and feelings, blaming themselves for everything, and feeling they can never meet others’ expectations. Notes, that recovery from co-dependency, like addiction is life-long.

Produced By: 
Intermedia Inc.
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