1. There is overwhelming scientific evidence that psychotherapy is effective.
2. Codependence therapy involves recovery not cure.
3. Recovery depends on daily practicing of your recovery program
1. Over the past seven decades there have been literally hundreds of scientifically valid studies showing the effectiveness of psychotherapy. In general, the conclusion of all these studies is that the average client completing psychotherapy is better off than 80% those in control groups not receiving psychotherapy. For a review of these studies, the interested reader is referred to read the 1999 book “The heart and soul of change: What works in psychotherapy” by M. A. Hubble, B. L. Duncan, and S.D. Miller (pages 24-27).