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Stan Bosch

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Stan Bosch

Psychotherapist; Priest; Supervisor, Gang Reduction and Youth Development
City of Los Angeles

Biography

Stan Bosch is a psychotherapist and supervisor for gang intervention workers and case managers for the city of Los Angeles' Gang Reduction and Youth Development project (GRYD). A Catholic priest, he has ministered to Los Angeles's gang-involved youth for more than 20 years. He is a member of the Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity, a religious community that works with the poor and abandoned. He previously served as pastor of several churches in Mexico and for 11 years as pastor of Our Lady of Victory and Sacred Heart churches in Compton. His work with inner city youth has been featured in the National Geographic documentary, "Inside L.A. Gang Wars," and in the Los Angeles Times. He completed his doctoral studies in clinical psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2009. He has a private practice in psychotherapy in South Los Angeles.

Soledad Enrichment Action Inc.
1100 West Manchester Ave.
Los Angeles  California  90044
United States
Office Phone: 
(213) 309-5019

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