Rebuilding Attachment

Our deepest and most primal wounds come from our attachment experiences. Is anyone there if we need them? Will our needs be welcomed? Too much? Will we be safe? Will we be understood and seen with compassion? Will we be loved unconditionally?How we show up in relationships as adults is largely impacted by the answer to these questions. Most of us are in the process of undoing, redoing, and reframing these attachment wounds so that we can have healthy and thriving relationships. 

This workshop is designed through the lens of hope and restoration. We can have intimate and loving relationships with ourselves and others. We will be learning embodied resources connected to our attachment needs that allow our nervous systems to both self-regulate and co-regulate. We will use a mix of art therapy, psychodrama and somatic resources to explore and rebuild our attachments together.

Come along!

What will I Gain?

  • Explore Core Attachment Needs
  • Identify attachment resources (protective, nurturing, and wise)
  • Move into new ways of attaching (out of anxious/avoidant)
  • Build confidence in secure self

This Workshop Supports:

  • “trust issues” or “struggles with commitment”
  • Unhealthy/toxic patterns
  • Struggles with codependency and boundaries
  •  Parents looking to do something different with their own children

Therapist Expertise:

Our workshops are led by trained art therapists who have an integrated lens to support the complex needs that come with trauma.

We prioritize having a calm and welcoming space. We are here to help you find what you need.

Brittany Johnson


  • 6 weeks, $85/week
  • $20 – one time supply cost
  • Location: The Unwell Studio

Workshop Stories:

“This group invites you to dig into your interior world through the hands-on, tangible medium of clay. I left each week intrigued with the way a tray of earthy, firm, cool gray matter could facilitate the healing process of awareness, uprooting and rebuilding.”

Workshop Alumni

What Do You Need?