Moving Feelings provides emotional support, psychotherapy and clinical supervision services for children, adults and families in Sheffield. Moving Feelings uses a creative approach to psychotherapy, allowing the client to access a thinking, feeling and imaginative space.
Moving Feelings work for the betterment of others. We offer online therapy and clinical supervision for children, adults and families via zoom as well as face to face.
We provide an innovative approach to therapy, often incorporating creative therapeutic interventions such as movement, art and play into our therapy and clinical supervision practice.
Clinical Supervision is available to a variety of practitioners including therapists, educational staff, medical workers and social workers.
Chloe has a diploma in Creative Approaches to Clinical Supervision from the London Centre for Psychodrama and is accredited by ADMP.
Chloe often facilitates creative methods within clinical supervision sessions, allowing supervisee to access a thinking, feeling and imaginative space that goes beyond words.
Chloe provides clinical supervision within schools, organisations and private practice. 1:1 and group sessions are available as are sessions via Zoom.
Therapy is available for children and young people from the age of 4. Young people often have big feelings and emotions that they struggle to express. Sessions are provided by Chloe Woodhouse from her private practice in Sheffield. Chloe has extensive experience of working with children and young people in schools, organisations and private practice. Chloe has a Masters in Dance Movement Psychotherapy and has developed a unique therapeutic approach that often incorporates creative interventions through movement, art and play, to allow children and young people to express their thoughts and feelings.
Therapy can help children and young people with a range of presenting difficulties such as;
Throughout the therapy process, children and young people are able establish a therapeutic relationship in a safe space where they can process their experiences. In doing so, they can begin to establish self-regulation strategies, improved self-confidence and communication skills, all to support them on their path to wellbeing.
An initial appointment is provided to discuss the individual needs of the young person before commencing therapy sessions.
Therapy can be an opportunity to establish a deeper connection to our sense of self and allow the possibility for growth and change. People seek therapy for a variety of reasons such as a change of circumstances in their life, a traumatic experience or difficulty within their relationships. Therapy can help with difficulties such as:
Sessions are provided by Chloe Woodhouse from her private practice in Sheffield. Chloe has extensive experience of working with the body in a psychotherapeutic context and often focuses on drawing attention to achieving a mind-body relationship, allowing the individual to notice and acknowledge their thoughts and feelings.
An initial appointment is provided to discuss your individual needs.
Moving Feelings provides therapy for parents and children to help with presenting issues such as communication, attachment, and regulation.
Sessions are facilitated by Chloe Woodhouse who has worked extensively with children and families for the last 10 years in a therapeutic context. She facilitates creative and playful methods that can be used in the relationship between the parent and child and be incorporated into home life.
Many parents seek support in their relationships with their child, particularly when their child is in need or distress. Engaging in the therapeutic process together can allow the parent to gain a deeper insight into the child's inner world and create a space for growth and development.
Short-term and long-term work is possible. An initial appointment is provided to discuss the needs of your family.
Moving Feelings are able to provide a range of mental health and well-being workshops and training for individuals or organisations. All workshops can be adapted for children and adults and can be used in a one to one or group context.
Regular workshops include:
In house or online training is also available for schools and organisations upon request.
Moving Feelings are able to provide therapy services in schools and colleges in South Yorkshire for children and young people aged 4-19. We provide 1:1 or group based emotional support interventions and psychotherapy. Young people can sometimes find it difficult to talk about what they are finding difficult and we often incorporate creative methods such as therapeutic play, movement and arts-based methods to allow children and young people to process their thoughts and feelings in a safe, contained space. Sessions are provided by Chloe Woodhouse who has extensive experience of working with young people in schools, organisations and private practice. Chloe works with a range of presenting issues and difficulties such as;
Chloe is able to provide a whole-school approach and carries out initial assessments, reviews and reports throughout her work. She is also able to provide training to school staff to provide them with the skills to support the wellbeing of both themselves and their students. Therapy can help children and young people with a range of difficulties such as socialisation, communication and regulation.
Chloe worked with one of my students within an ASD provision. He needed help with being able to express his emotions appropriately and Chloe was able to encourage him to do so in a safe and creative way.
I saw a huge improvement in the way he was then able to communicate how he was feeling and the way he felt within himself. Chloe created a space in which he had the opportunity to express his thoughts and feelings. He told me he felt Chloe truly understood him and how much he enjoyed their sessions. Chloe was always highly professional and her passion for helping children shines through. I would highly recommend Chloe.
To request an appointment with Chloe, get in touch through the form below.