Juliet Moss

I have over 30 years’ experience working with children and families. Including family education, mainstream schools, Schools for children with complex learning needs, virtual children’s centre planning and delivering parent groups ranging from anti-natal classes around bonding with baby and early communication skills to developing groups to encourage early communication, social and emotional development through play.
My play therapy experiences include working in primary schools in Plymouth with children with differing needs, including moderate to complex learning needs. Neurodiverse children, children with social, emotional, and mental health needs. Children with complex developmental trauma and children who are in care. I have experience of working for children’s social care and children’s charities.
I have supported children and parents/carers with Filial play and was successful with supporting families through the pandemic. I have many other qualifications and trainings to draw on including several child development trainings, bereavement training including complicated and traumatic grief. I have completed and used MAKATON sign language training in my work. I hold a level 4 adult teaching certificate, a level 7 Early Years Teacher qualification, ELKAN training, Level one Dyadic, Developmental Psychotherapy. I had the pleasure of training with Doctor Joyce Mills and the wonderful experience of her supervising my story play work.
I currently work three days a week in schools and two days a week supporting supervisees with training and qualified clinical supervision for therapeutic play, play therapy and filial play coaching.


  • Organisation: PTUK
  • Membership Number: 201010719
  • Town: Plymouth
  • County: Devon
  • Country: United Kingdom

Qualification: Certified Filial Play Coach , Certified Play Therapist , Certified Supervisor of Play and Creative Arts Therapist

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