These examples show how reflexive verbs conjugate in Le Passé Composé:
Reflexive verbs always use être as the auxiliary verb in Le Passé Composé.
Note also that the verb must agree with the gender and number of the person.
i.e. taking an extra -e for ladies, and an extra -s for more than one person, -es for multiple ladies.
Note that the pronoun me/te/se/nous/vous/se is situated before the auxiliary être.