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COLLEENA CARLISLE

HEALING YOUR ROOTED WOUNDS

Abuse is not always visible. Like me, many people face hidden abuse that does not leave behind physical scars but emotional, mental, and spiritual scars. 

These scars run deep, leading to life-altering and lasting psychological, physical, and spiritual conditions that significantly reduce their quality of life. 

These scars typically start as early as childhood and develop from close intimate relationships. These scars can develop into anxiety, depression, self-destructive behaviors, PTSD, and low self-worth. 

A new relationship, addictive behaviors, time alone, reading a self-help book, and watching a few youtube videos won't uproot and rid your body of the trauma. You have to go deep within to pull up the root of the trauma. If the trauma is never uprooted, you will continue harboring the trauma in your body, repeating abusive relationship cycles and habits, and never fully tapping into your full potential and purpose. 

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"Codependency is a cycle of caretaking, rescuing, controlling, enabling, neglecting self, resentment, and victimization. A deadly cycle that destroys the codependent piece by piece all in the disguises of selflessness and love."

- Colleena Carlisle

I BELIEVE YOU. I UNDERSTAND YOU. I SEE YOU. NOT ALL ABUSE LEAVES BEHIND VISIBLE SCARS. THE DANGEROUS SCARS ARE THE ONES UNSEEN. HIDDEN DEEP WITHIN THE BODY.

CAN YOU RELATE?

I often describe myself as the caretaker of my relationships.

I seek approval and validation from external sources.

My happiness is rooted in making other people happy,

I avoid conflict by suppressing my opinions or doing what others ask of me.

I avoid making difficult decisions in my life and relationships. It's easier to let others decide or tell me what to do. 

I do not communicate my feelings assertively and clearly. I am fearful of pushing others away by expressing my emotions. 

I need consistent affection and reassurance. When I do not receive it, I feel something is wrong.

I feel like I do not know myself. I feel minimized or neglected in my relationships.

I listen to the advice of others even when I know something is wrong. 

I am always in relationships where I am fixing, caretaking, and helping others. 

I apologize consistently, even when I am not wrong. 

I blame myself consistently for other people's abusive behavior towards me or others. 

I lack self-love and battle with low self-esteem and self-worth. 

ASK YOURSELF...

YOU ARE NOT ALONE

The Healing Codependency Course

You will receive...

The wisdom to identify and bring awareness to the origin, addictive cycles and patterns, and trauma that contribute to your codependency. 

Creative actionable exercises, CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy), and tools to support your recovery journey.

A guided coach approach that will help you develop self-worth, silence your inner critic, heal childhood wounds, conquer self-destructive habits, and uncover and resolve the root causes of your codependency. 

A Chrisitan approach that will help you understand how you became codependent, and how it destroys your relationship with yourself, God, and others.

CODEPENDENCY IS LEARNED BEHAVIOR

Trauma is stored on a deep level. It impacts the mind, body, and spirit. Many courses only scratch the surface of healing trauma. The Healing Codependency: Learning to Love You course will dive deep into healing you from a holistic viewpoint. You will have powerful mind-body-spirit based somatic therapies to process and uproot trauma. 

UPROOT UNHEALTHY BELIEFS & BEHAVIORS

Trauma influences your beliefs, emotions, actions, and attachments. This course will help you understand why you think, feel, and react the way you do. This knowledge will help you gain clarity, build self-awareness, and detach from unhealthy thoughts, behaviors, and relationships. 

GAIN UNDERSTANDING

Abuse and neglect take a toll on a person's mind, body, and spirit. Past trauma can block your ability to become whom you were created to be. Trauma comes to kill, steal, and destroy an individual's happiness, peace, identity, and safety. Trauma leaves a person in a fear and survival state. This state forces you to develop protective parts to keep you safe. These protective parts can be actions, beliefs, and habits that would not exist inside of you if you never experienced the trauma. In this course, you will discover the difference between parts that are trauma-influenced and parts that are truly you. 

DISCOVER WHO YOU ARE

Learn to set and maintain boundaries to protect your peace and values. Develop the necessary skills and knowledge to confront challenges safely and explore possibilities for profound change in your life. Be empowered to detach from unhealthy people, situations, thoughts, and actions. Take your power back and begin to source your validation and identity from God and within yourself, internally (no longer externally). 

ESTABLISH NEW SAFETY

YOU DESERVE HEALING.

You may feel like you are broken and alone. You may feel tired and lost. You are not alone. This place you are in now is not your end. I have experienced mental, verbal, financial, and emotional abuse, gaslighting, manipulation, and addictive cycles. I struggled with unhealthy attachments, rooted childhood trauma, and people-pleasing and self-destructive thoughts and habits. 

You deserve to receive healthy love from you, God, and others. You were a victim, but I will empower you to move from a victim mindset to a victor mindset. I see you. I understand you. 

HEALING TAKES TIME

THERE IS NO TIME LIMIT ON HEALING OR A ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL ROAD TO RECOVERY.

ONLINE COURSE

WORKBOOK

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LESSON ONE

What is codependency? Identify the origin of codependency and get clear about what codependency is and is not. 

LESSON TWO

How does codependency show up? Explore the signs and traits of codependency. 

LESSON THREE

How did childhood trauma influence codependency? Codependency is learned behavior. Explore how to heal internal wounds. 

LESSON FOUR

How dangerous is codependency? Codependency can be harmful, impacting relationships, day-to-day activities, and identity. 

LESSON FIVE

Why does codependency keep showing up? Learn about the codependent cycle. Gain tools to break free from the codependency cycle and overcome the addiction.

LESSON SIX

Why do relationships suffer? Codependency can impact relationships with self, God, others, and the world.

LESSON SEVEN

What attracts narcissists? Codependency may attract people with certain personality disorders and abusive habits.

LESSON EIGHT

How can codependency habits be harmful? Bringing awareness to codependent patterns that are often overlooked or seen as loving.

LESSON NINE

How can recovery begin? Willingness to accept what's happened, who you are, your faults, your mistakes, your life, and your truth.

LESSON TEN

How can life begin to improve? Dive into building habits of love. Discover tools to utilize on your journey to recovery. 

LESSON ELEVEN

How can peace be protected? Getting clear about boundaries. Gain tools to establish boundaries and say "no" to others without shame and guilt.

LESSON TWELVE

Why are codependent thoughts so negative and self-sabotaging? Learn to master your thoughts, build a disciplined mind, and let go of being emotionally led.

LESSON THIRTEEN

How can I soften my heart? Seek forgiveness, give forgiveness, and detach from what harms you.

LESSON FOURTEEN

How important is faith? Faith in God is the most critical and often overlooked step in recovery. God provides healing, love, validation, identity, and safety. Learn daily faith and biblical meditation habits to support recovery. Get deep in uprooting sin that destroys inner peace and internal happiness. 

LESSON FIFTEEN

What is recovery? Recovery is different for everyone and the timeline is different for each individual. Identify and define what recovery looks like for you. Finally arrive and enter the final steps to recovery. Understand recovery is messy and learn to express gratitude along your journey.

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I am ready to reclaim my life!

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Why I created this course...

My Story

Why I created this course...

After hitting rock bottom after my failed marriage, I discovered I was living with codependency. I made this discovery after learning I was married to a narcissist. My codependency made me an easy target for narcissistic abuse and other forms of abuse. Codependency is defined as the neglect of self. For decades, I spent my life putting myself last, battling with low self-worth and self-esteem, and taking on the responsibility to care, fix, please, and help others at the expense of my needs and desires. This led to a cycle of abusive relationships and unhealthy thinking and behavioral patterns. I embarked on a journey to heal and recover from this self-neglecting cycle. This journey pushed me to uproot trauma and heal broken wounds. It required me to face the woman in the mirror and live outside my comfort zone. My journey resulted in healing, recovery from codependency, a better relationship with myself and others, and, most importantly, my relationship with God. I plan to teach you the steps and tools needed to heal from codependency and value and love yourself. I will assist you in healing and overcoming the trauma that hinders your growth and development. I will inspire and encourage you to get healthy mentally, physically, and spiritually to become the best version of yourself and live a purpose-driven life full of love and peace.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the cancellation policy?
    To cancel or reschedule an appointment, please provide notice 24 hours in advance. Any cancellations or rescheduled appointments under the 24 hour window may result in a forfeit of that session. Any no shows/no call will result in a forfeit of session.
  • Do I have to obtain my own gym membership?
    No, I have a reserved space at a trainers gym. However, if you want to go to a gym near you or obtain a membership you are welcome to do so. You will be responsible for any guest pass or travel fees.
  • How far in advance can I book an appointment?
    An appointment can be booked 24 hours in advance. Any appointment booked under 48 hours is not covered by the cancellation policy.
  • Can I try any fitness classes free for the first time?
    Yes and no! Each class available for a free trial states that in the booking description. Private sessions and life coaching sessions do not offer free trials.
  • How many days per week do I need to workout?
    Depending on your fitness goals and health condition, you'll need to commit to a minimum of 3 days of exercise each week to see results. Any fewer than that and each workout will feel like you're starting over again every time. It will also take a while to get to your fitness goal.
  • What should I eat before a workout?
    Eating a small amount of easily digested carbohydrate an hour or so before you hit the gym ensures that you'll have enough energy in the tank to get through your program. Try fruit and yogurt or toast and peanut butter, not too much or you'll feel sluggish and heavy. If you workout in the morning, eating before your workout may not be an option. Many people find that they can tolerate cardio on an empty stomach, but need fuel to get through a strength training session. Experiment with the types of food and the timing of your pre-workout meal to discover what works best for you.
  • How do I access the course material?
    Once purchased, you will have instant access to all the course material in your secured login portal. You will be able to access all course material for a lifetime.
  • I am not ready to leave my relationship with an abuser, is this course right for me to take now?
    Yes! I did not leave my abuser right away. I was still attached through chemical, spiritual, and mental bonds. Your journey is unique to you. Empower yourself by learning, gaining understanding, and building back your strength.
  • I have a busy schedule. Do you think I will have enough time to complete the course?
    The course is self-paced. You are able to set the schedule, time, and flow of your schedule. No matter how long it takes you, you will have lifetime access to all course material.
  • How long do I have access to the course material?
    You will have a lifetime access to the course material!
  • Will this course make me feel worse?
    This course is designed to not just be a course on positivity and "everything is great." This course is meant to truly dive deep and work on hidden trauma and bring about awareness to areas and actions in your life that are often overlook. This course will push you to face the person in the mirror, yourself. It will shine light on the abusers and narcissists in your life. It may be challenging at points but you will never be unsafe. This course was designed by a recovered "codependent" for a "codependent." Change is always uncomfortable, but it is only in that un-comfortability where change can truly happen.
  • Do I have to complete the exercises and workbook?
    You will get out of the course how much you put in. The course will supply you with the information and tools you need to support you on your journey to healing and recovery. I encourage you to take advantage of all that is given to you, so you can get the full benefit and support out of the course.
  • Can I get a refund after I purchase the course?
    Unfortunately, no refund is given. Once the course is purchased, you receive instant access to all course material.
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