Self Test for Codependency

Self test for codependency

Are you wondering if you may have a issues with codependency? Answer the following questions honestly and press Submit for results.

Self Tests

Last Door can provide you with contacts that offer Virtual Care. Take the self test for codependency to learn more. Contact the following counsellors to set up a virtual care plan to start your recovery journey today.

If addiction is part of the codependent relationship, please call us to consider bed based treatment.

You can also assess yourself, or your loved ones Recovery Capital Score by visits the following website

drug and alcohol helpLinda Lane Devlin ICADC CIP

To recover from codependency. The goal is to bring your attention back to yourself, to have an internal, rather than external, “locus of control.” This means that your actions are primarily motivated by your values, needs, and feelings, not someone else’s.


Orli R Paling BA, MA, RCC

Virtual Care Counselling can seem intimidating and scary but it is always worth it. You deserve to feel your best, so gift yourself the opportunity to feel better and reach out! I always recommend a phone consult to ensure a good therapeutic fit before committing to a full session. Get in touch by phone or email to get the ball rolling!



Rand Teed

Rand has been working with teens and adults for over 40 years and for the past 20 years has been helping them understand how substance use can get in the way of having the life they want. Rand’s also a very experienced addiction counsellor. He’s also worked as a counsellor in the Regina Detox Centre.  He is a certified counsellor who can assist people with codependency issues. 


Graham Butler

Hello!  I’m Graham, a registered clinical counsellor with experience in codependency and other relationship issues.  I’ve worked with individuals, couples, and families to help them lessen the impact of codependence in their relationships.  Codependency can have many causes and my role is to help you understand what the root causes are in your situation and to help you develop healthy boundaries and communication strategies to restore balance in those relationships.  Recovery from codependency is entirely possible and will lead to more satisfaction in your relationships.

I’m an integrative counsellor using techniques from multiple counselling approaches which allows me to customize treatment to your unique situation and needs.  My clients often say that my approach is warm, calm, caring, and encouraging.  I hold a Master’s degree in counselling and am registered (RCC) with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors.

Reach out to me for a no-charge consult call and we can determine if you are experiencing codependency and talk about whether counselling is right for you.  email


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Take the Self Test for Codependency

Am I codependent?

Are you wondering if you may have an issue with codependency? Answer the following questions honestly and press Submit for results.

Do you find yourself constantly worried about other people’s problems?

When someone else acts inappropriately, do you often feel guilty or embarrassed for him or her?

Is it hard for you to say no when somebody asks you for help?

Do you remain loyal, even if another person or situation is harmful to you?

Do you find it hard to hold personal boundaries with other people?

Is other peoples’ approval very important to you?

Do any of your relationships cause you to lose sleep, be stressed out, or lose motivation for other things in life?

After a fight or disagreement, do you feel like you must get even?

After winning an argument, do you feel you need to restate your point?

Have you ever borrowed money to finance another person’s addiction?

Do you feel reluctant to do things that you find important because it may cause an argument or disagreement?

Have you ever dragged old hurts into current conversations?

Have you ever committed, or considered committing, a crime to finance someone’s addiction?

Do arguments, disappointments or frustrations give you an urge to change someone else?

Do you often sacrifice your own needs to care for your loved one?

Do you often give your partner/spouse money or make excuses for his/her behavior?

Do you believe that you can fix (or are responsible for) your loved one’s addiction and/or mental illness?

Do you often feel that your mood is affected by your partner/spouse’s mood?

Does the thought of ending your relationship terrify you, despite all its problems or how you feel about it?

Did you ever have an idea that if loved ones would only see things your way, life would be much better?

You answered yes to 0 questions.

If you answered yes to 1 or more questions:

If you answered yes to some of the above, we suggest you speak to a counselor, if you answered several yes, we suggest you attend a Codependents Anonymous

Please note

Your results from this test cannot be considered a diagnosis of addiction and should not be considered as such. They indicate the need for further professional help. Remember that recovery can start when you want it to. It’s up to you how bad things get before you seek help. Last Door works with individuals with arrange of drug use behavior from those who are misusing marijuana to those who are severely addicted. The Last Door specializes in conducting comprehensive medical addiction assessments to help you in your recovery. We assess your needs and based on the results, recommend an individualized treatment plan.

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