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Adult Codependency Group



This group is an educational and supportive group, formed to help people heal from and gain a clear and extensive understanding of Codependency. With a strong curriculum, members learn why Codependency takes root, the way Codependent system functions and how it manifests in our daily lives. Members gain concrete tools and skills to make the necessary shifts both in their internal and external environment, so they may live a life of deeper serenity, authenticity and connection to both themselves and in their relationships.

People who struggle with Self Esteem, who experience emotional highs and lows, unsatisfying relationships, or have a history with childhood dysfunction and trauma are great candidates. People who may struggle with substance use or maladaptive coping are also appropriate candidates.

We also offer an optional online forum for members to safely connect, provide each other additional support, information and resources. This is a healing community, comprised of sensitive and hardworking adults who are committed to recovery or who are new to their emotional recovery path.

It is rolling admissions, and we have space for up to 30 people. Since it is 20 modules long, we don't expect 100% attendance, but we are only seeking committed group members to maintain the integrity and safety of the group experience.


40 Exchange Place, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10005


Tuesday Evenings 7:00pm - 8:15pm (rolling admissions)



Group Therapist

Rachel Khints is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the Financial District of Manhattan who specializes in codependency, addiction, trauma, and substance use challenges. She has experience working with clients at both ends of the spectrum for addiction, and her practice focuses on longer-term recovery work.

While Rachel utilizes goal-oriented treatment approaches, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), she does so in a loving, compassionate way. She lets her guide the way, and she incorporates mindfulness practices and aspects of the 12-step approach when appropriate. She spends time developing realistic goals with her clients that set them up for success. She also helps them connect to resources that they can utilize between sessions.

Rachel is dedicated to helping her clients heal and develop healthy coping strategies that they can use on a daily basis. She looks forward to meeting you at her office near the Fulton Street subway station.

Earlier Event: March 14
Adoptee Therapy Group
Later Event: April 1
Parenting Workshop