About Sebastian Bosca
Sebastian Bosca is a certified and accredited BACP counsellor and psychotherapist in London, who graduated with a Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy. Since graduation, Sebastian has had over 8 years of experience working with people who were dealing with depression, anxiety, low mood and relational issues, and he has helped them cope with challenging things in their lives.
Over the years, Sebastian has developed essential skills to offer the most effective and caring therapeutic experience in a safe and affirming environment through counselling and psychotherapy services in London. Ongoing training and other means of remaining active in the field of psychology consistently play a role in Sebastian’s practice to ensure the most current, ethical, and practical therapeutic approaches for his clients.
Having an M.S. in Clinical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, I got the chance to develop my skills in different psychiatric hospitals, youth centres and other environments such as prisons.
During my 8 years of experience, I have worked with people dealing with depression, anxiety, stress management and relational issues, helping them cope with challenging things in their lives. Helping young people and teenagers is another main concern of mine, and in my practice I have also worked with children and teenagers, assisting them with their learning difficulties, ADHD and autism, while encouraging their parents to understand the importance of family and how they can make a difference in their children’s life.
As clichéd as it may sound, there’s nothing more rewarding for me than working with people. Accompanying someone on their journey through life and standing by them when they discover the beauty that lies within themselves – it’s just something beyond words. We are utterly complex as human beings, and the journeys we undertake when it comes to ourselves are limitless.
I hope I can be part of your experience as well and better your life by helping you focus on what’s more important to you.