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Stacey A. Katz is executive director of WestCoast Children's Clinic, a psychology clinic providing services to children and their families in the East Bay. WestCoast also seeks to expand the reach of psychological services through practice and research. Over the past 25 years, WestCoast has trained over 200 therapist interns and provided an estimated 450,000 hours of therapy and assessment services to more than 8,000 children and families.

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The Rev. Monsignor Gregory A. Cox is executive director of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, one of the largest social service providers in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties since 1919. In more than 50 offices and community centers, the agency rendered over 1 million services each year. Clients come for emergency food and shelter, low-cost before- and after-school childcare, immigration and refugee assistance, psychological services, computer and jobs skills training, and other supportive services.

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Patrice Esseff is a regional coordinator for Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, one of the largest social service providers in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties since 1919. Clients come for emergency food and shelter, low-cost before-and-after-school childcare, immigration and refugee assistance, psychological services, computer and jobs skills training, and other supportive services. All services are available regardless of a client's race, ethnicity, income, gender or religious belief. Esseff coordinates with St.

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John Golenski is executive director of the George Mark Children's House, a children's respite and end-of-life care facility in San Leandro, Calif., for children with life-limiting or terminal illnesses. All care is informed by the principles of palliative care. Additional support services are available to all family members, and services are provided regardless of a family's ability to pay. Golenski joined the George Mark Children's House after a long career in clinical services, health care ethics and health policy. From 1978 to 1979, he was executive director of the Shanti Project.

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