PROFESSIONAL THERAPY SERVICES | PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO AND LEARNING CENTRE

A versatile, cosy & intimate room for hire too

 

Professional Therapy Services for anxiety, stress, Improving healthy mind-body, loss, grief, low self-esteem, depression, emotional problems, relationship issues, developing coordination, body harmony, keeping moving and personal development.

A place for you to learn how to take stunningly creative photographs in your own signature style. 
One to one tuition or small groups / Studio Days; “Smile Camera Club”; Affordable Studio Hire & more…

Meeting & Conference room:
It is an ideal private venue that can be tailored to meet the specific requirements of small businesses, community groups and charities needing a first class facility.

UPCOMING EVENTS

I would like to invite you to join this day that will enrich you and your practice

In our therapy centre in Blaenavon I have invited Caroline Hearst from the National Autistic Society to come along and run a cpd that will better prepare Counsellors / Psychotherapists / Social and Health care workers, as well as parents, siblings, partners to understand and work with people who are on the spectrum.

This is important to me as I know there are interventions that can really be beneficial for this client group and ways of being with and offering the interventions that can build bridges into their world. Many a time I have sensed the struggles counsellors have with their autistic clients and have thought ‘its easier than this – you can mange this and offer space for autism’. Karen

HOW TO FIND US:

The Old Post Office, Prince Street, Blaenavon, – Pontypool (Torfaen) NP4 9XA
Office opening times: BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: Please use the “Contact Form” or call us at 01495793529 or 07766648979

A PETITE CAMERA MUSEUM

The Old Post Office Art & Therapy Centre is the home of a private collection of vintage cameras.
It is open to the public with Free Admission.
A Petite Vintage Camera Museum Gallery is a non-profit Museum Gallery open to the public with Free Admission (but donations are welcomed).

Visitors will discover a timeline of camera equipment dating from the 1800’s.

 

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