Florence Bosa2023-11-23T04:46:01+02:00

Florence Bosa

Florence Bosa

Occupational Therapist

  • B. Occupational Therapy (SU)


Florence is an enthusiastic and compassionate professional, specialising in adolescent mental health. Her journey as an Occupational Therapist has been driven by a passion for helping young individuals navigate the challenges of their mental well-being.

She firmly believes that by building genuine relationships with her clients and creating a safe and nurturing environment, mutual learning and healing can truly flourish. Florence’s approach to therapy is both refreshing and effective. She understands that the path to recovery is often challenging, especially for adolescents, and that it requires a unique blend of creativity and empathy.

Florence’s youthful spirit allows her to connect with her clients on a level that many find comforting and relatable. Florence’s energy is contagious. She’s not your typical therapist; she’s the one who will incorporate art, music, or other creative outlets into her sessions. Her goal is to make therapy an enjoyable and engaging experience for her clients. She knows that healing can be a joyful journey, and she brings her innovative ideas to the table to ensure that the process is both constructive and fun. Florence is here to walk alongside you on your path to healing and self-discovery.

July Masango

Occupational Therapist

  • BSc (OT) WITS
  • M.OcccTher, UP
  • PGD.Voc Rehab, UP
  • Cert. Practical Labour Law, UCT
  • Candidate PhD, WITS


July Masango is a dynamic Occupational Therapist – committed to advocating for and enabling people of all ages to unravel their hidden potential, by guiding them towards a space in which they feel comfortable to embrace who they are and lead meaningful and purposeful lives. He encourages every individual to move past their comfort zone while he walks with them on their path of self-discovery.

July is an asset to Evexia, especially when patients have work related stressors. July can assist with these work related stressors by helping patients understand boundaries and so much more.


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